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Complete Marketing Rally Coverage

December 15, 2009
By: Sara Schafer, Farm Journal Media Business and Crops Editor
 
 


Don't miss a single minute of the first-ever Marketing Rally.
 

 
World's Largest Marketing Roundtable 
Sara Schafer, AgWeb Business & Crops Online Editor
Preceding the world's largest marketing roundtable taping, Pro Farmer's Chip Flory polled the Marketing Rally attendees on their corn crop.

Sara Schafer, AgWeb Business & Crops Online Editor
A common thread through the entire taping of the world's largest marketing roundtable is that the markets have changed.
 
Is This the Year to Store Corn?
Sara Schafer, AgWeb Business & Crops Online Editor
Storing corn was one of the hot topics during the world's largest marketing roundtable live TV taping. Watch this clip to find out if this is the year to store corn.
 
Sara Schafer, AgWeb Business & Crops Online Editor
Using futures vs. options was one of the key questions during the world's largest marketing roundtable live TV taping. Watch the discussion.
 

Slideshow
Sara Schafer, AgWeb Business & Crops Online Editor
Enjoy these scenes from the first-ever Marketing Rally, which was held Dec. 3-4 in Chicago, Ill.

 

Market News to Use

Jeanne Bernick, Top Producer Editor
Get ready to jump on marketing opportunities in early January, according to analysts at the Farm Journal Media Marketing Rally in Chicago. At this historic event, 16 leading market analysts joined together on one stage to discuss pricing strategies and share views for 2010 selling opportunities.
 
Jeanne Bernick, Top Producer Editor
Good tools are critical to catching market signals if you're a technical trader. At the Farm Journal Media Marketing Rally in Chicago, several analysts shared their favorite marketing tools for knowing when to make a move.
 
Greg Vincent, AgWeb Editor
Farmers from across the country attended the first-ever Marketing Rally in Chicago, Ill. Hear from one.

 
All Marking Rally Videos
 
 
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Ag Market Analysts 
Greg Vincent, AgWeb Editor
While many U.S. farmers are intrigued with soybeans trading above $10/bu., the bull market for 2010 may indeed be corn, says Dan Basse, president of Ag Resource Company.



Sara Schafer, AgWeb Business & Crops Online Editor
How will the acreage mix fall in 2010? Brian Basting of Advance Trading has an idea. "I think it's going to be an interesting year.”



Greg Vincent, AgWeb Editor
When will the market bubble bust? Bill Biedermann of Allendale Inc. provides insight on when that might happen and how farmers should react.
  


Jeanne Bernick, Top Producer Editor
"Sell and defend is almost stamped on the forehead of our trading,” says Jim Bower of Bower Trading. "It is kind of our motto and has been useful to our producers, especially in the last two or three years.”



Charlene Finck, Farm Journal Editor
What are the basics of good marketing? Richard Brock of Brock Associates says it is pretty simple. "Having good information is one part of a marketing plan,” he says. 



Charlene Finck, Farm Journal Editor
Michael Florez of Florez Trading has great advice for farmers who want to improve their marketing skills: "Get educated to the markets and learn how to participate.”



Sara Schafer, AgWeb Business & Crops Online Editor
Pro Farmer Editor Chip Flory provides and overview and a welcome to the first-every Marketing Rally. The event is being held today and tomorrow in Chicago, Ill.



Jeanne Bernick, Top Producer Editor
Spend just five minutes a day charting your local basis and you can become a better marketer within six months, Mark Gold, managing partner with Top Third Ag Marketing,



Jerry Gulke & Bob Utterback: Market Advice

Jeanne Bernick, Top Producer Editor and Sara Schafer, AgWeb Business & Crops Online Editor
Sixteen agricultural market analysts will be talking grain markets today in Chicago, Ill. during the first-ever Marketing Rally. Hear from two experts: Bob Utterback and Jerry Gulke as they discuss the volatile markets and the event.



Jeanne Bernick, Top Producer Editor
Will storing your less-than-perfect quality grain this year pay off? Mike Hogan of Stewart-Peterson provides advice on what farmers should do in this situation.

 
 
Sara Schafer, AgWeb Business & Crops Online Editor
Farmers should be watching the gold market closely, says Gregg Hunt of MF Global.




Charlene Finck, Farm Journal Editor
Missing a good marketing opportunity can be financially detrimental to your operation. By learning your operation's strengths and weaknesses you can be ready to capture these opportunities says Gavin Maguire of EHedger.
 

 
Sara Schafer, AgWeb Business & Crops Online Editor
There's that old saying of being in the right place and the right time, says Sue Martin of Ag & Investment Services. "Sometimes we all get caught up with a price and think the market has to be at a certain price or they won't sell,” Martin says.
 


Bob Utterback & Jerry Gulke: Market Advice
Jeanne Bernick, Top Producer Editor and Sara Schafer, AgWeb Business & Crops Online Editor
Sixteen agricultural market analysts will be talking grain markets today in Chicago, Ill. during the first-ever Marketing Rally. Hear from two experts: Bob Utterback and Jerry Gulke as they discuss the volatile markets and the event.


 
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A Word from our Sponsor...
 
Jeanne Bernick, Top Producer Editor
Kurt Klecker of Cargill Risk Management explains several of the tools his company offers to help producers make market-driven decisions.
 

 


 

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