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How is Your Wheat Crop Shaping Up?

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

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USDA's Report Gives Puzzling Mixed Signals

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

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The Buzz

Construction, Exports, New Uses and a Barton County Land Sale.

If you’ve been wondering where “The Buzz” has gone to; well, we’ve been busy. Not that there’s been any shortage of wheat- or Kansas-related ag news. 690 more words

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The Buzz: wheat woes in Argentina; a nuclear approach to GM crops and Cheyenne County land.

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

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USDA Forecasts 387 Million Bushel Kansas Crop

In its May 10 Crops Report, USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service estimated the Kansas winter wheat crop will total 387 million bushels, which – if realized – would be up 40% from last year and the highest total since 2003. 216 more words

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2012 Wheat Tour: Day Three

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

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The Buzz

We meet the new Hays wheat breeder, celebrate Wellington’s ‘Kansas Wheat Festival’ and follow-up on an Ellis County land sale.

Immediately after World War II, the U.S. 701 more words

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