We are curious.
With the freezing temperatures last week (plus snow and freeze in the forecast for April 18-19), and drought conditions all season long…just how does your wheat crop look? 49 more words
Dan Maltby, principal of Dan Maltby Risk Management of Minneapolis, has made a career of grain tradinng, and offers unique insight into the commodities markets. In this era of volatile markets, his insight is more crucial than ever. 537 more words
There’s no doubt that the U.S. has plenty of competition when it comes to growing wheat: Australia, Canada, the former Soviet Union all grows prolific quantities of the world’s most consumed cereal grain. 701 more words
Aaron Harries, Kansas Wheat’s Marketing Director, reports from Kansas City:
More than 100 participants of the annual Wheat Quality Tour anticipate the 2012 Kansas wheat crop will total 403,933,601 bushels, and average about 49.1 bushels per acre. 363 more words