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Bob Utterback has more than 26 years of experience and offers producers a disciplined approach to marketing.

Sufficient Moisture for the Last Stages Before Harvest

Aug 29, 2014

Harvest talk is beginning with many producers looking at better than expected yields and the potential for a surplus of unsold bushels. There will always be areas with spotty yields, too much moisture or late planting jitters with the potential for an early frost but the crop is out there and just how big is anyone’s guess. Next week the weather forecast is bearish towards the grains with warm temperatures throughout most of the growing areas. With each week that passes now through September, the threat of frost expectations will diminish and once again the trade’s focus will be on the growing supply.

Many are looking for the USDA to increase yield at the October Supply/Demand report which should set the tone for a sideways trading market until the market receives some form of news to suggest supply is being reduced. In our estimation, we see the low in corn being set in the cash market and the futures not moving much below the $3.50 level. There is more downside potential in soybeans with $10.16 being the next line of support. If that is broken there is the potential to go to the $9.55 level.

Now is when you should be making any marketing decisions prior to harvest. Between now and the end of October, we will be implementing buying strategies to help pay for 2015 hedges. If you have any questions, call our office.

If anyone feels they need to put structure into their risk management decision-making and would like to discuss marketing strategies, call Bob or Laura (1-800-832-1488). We will also try to answer questions in upcoming blogs and we welcome emails to laura@utterbackmarketing.com or utterback@utterbackmarketing.com.

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