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Episode 64: Communications
Wednesday, December 06, 2017
Cash Grain prices as of the close, December 6, are as follows: SWW @ $178.23/MT ($4.85/bu), HRW @ $187.61/MT ($5.11/bu), HRS @ $238.74/MT ($6.50/bu), SRW @ $182.92/MT ($4.98/bu).
Monday, November 13, 2017
Harvest time is in full swing across United States and Ontario. There have been delays, but as usual, farmers in 2017 like they have many times before are finding ways to get the crop in the bin. Yield monitors flickering on social media have been a harbinger of big yields in the United States as one of the biggest crops in American history gets closer to the finish line. How big that crop has become has been a great subject of debate over the last several months.
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On November 9th USDA chimed in with their latest crop production report. In a surprise move, which shocked the market the USDA raised 2017/2018-corn production to 14.58 billion bushels. This was on a projected yield of 175.4 bushels per acre, which was up from its October estimate of 171.8 bushels per acre. This was outside any pre-report estimates on the high side and the market responded accordingly by falling seven cents on the day. If this yield comes to fruition, it will be the largest US domestic corn yield in history. US domestic corn stocks are projected to increase to 2.49 billion bushels, a very onerous figure headed into next year.
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