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Market Factors

Arkansas corn harvest

As planning for planting 2019 begins in earnest, Mark Welch, Texas A&M Ag Extension economist, offers the following Market Grain Outlook report. Grain Stocks The most recent crop progress report showed no changes to the condition ratings of the U.S. corn crop. The good and excellent categories combine for 69 percent of the crop as the season winds down. The ... Read More »

What’s Moving The Market?

grain storage

Global carryover has reached the lowest estimated days-of-use on hand at 69.4 since 2013’s carryover of a 67.2-day supply, says Mark Welch, Texas A&M agricultural Extension economist, in his most recent Market Grain Outlook. His report on corn and other grain markets continues as follows: Read More »

Market Factors

In his most recent Market Grain Outlook, Mark Welch, Texas A&M agricultural Extension economist, says The Office of the Chief Economist at USDA estimates that for corn, the projection is for planted acres of 91.0 million next year, up from 90.4 in 2017. Welch went on to say the following: The yield estimate is 173.5 bushels per acre. This would ... Read More »

Need Strong Usage, export Markets

Amanda Huber, Editor

This was another year of record crop production in corn. But as usual, a big crop means that producers can expect lower prices the next year. That is the message from ag economists across the country, including Clemson agricultural economists Nathan Smith and Scott Mickey. At the recent 2018 Ag Outlook Conference, Smith said, “Prices have dropped because of a ... Read More »

Market Factors

Market Overview: Corn stocks at 2.29 billion bushels Farm-stored stocks up 25 percent from a year earlier Off-farm stocks up 36 percent from a year ago China announces plan to blend 10 percent ethanol into fuel supply As corn harvest winds down, Mark Welch, Texas A&M Ag Extension economist offered this October Market Grain Outlook report. Grain Stocks The Grain ... Read More »