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Coverage and Analysis of March 30 Reports

March 30, 2012
 
 

 

Below is AgWeb's full coverage of the March 30 Prospective Plantings and Grain Stocks reports. Check back to see more news and commentary of the data.

 

News & Analysis 

USDA: Corn Stocks Still Tight
Old-crop corn stocks continue to be tight, but soybean and wheat stocks remain plentiful, according to USDA's latest Grain Stocks report.

Corn Stocks Still Tight
Soybean and wheat stocks remain plentiful, however.

Weigh Options Before Changing Planting Decisions
If you're thinking about switching from corn to soybeans in the coming weeks, margins expert Chris Barron offers a few things to consider.

Bullish Grain Stocks, Soybean Acreage Headline Reports
Although Friday’s report did reveal a bearish new crop corn acreage figure, it was the new crop soybean acreage estimate as well as bullish grain stocks figures that stole the show.

Gulke Audio: Total Acres Come Up Short
Following USDA’s March 30 report, Jerry Gulke says about 3 million acres are missing from the total predicted acres. Gulke says it’s now up to the market to entice those acres into the right crop.

With Good Weather, Corn Planters Keep Rolling
When corn growers start planting this spring, they'll probably keep planting corn until they've seeded nearly 96 million acres.

AgWeb Radio: Midday Commentary 3-30-12
Kevin Van Trump of Farm Direction said the reports' biggest surprise was the drop in soybean acres, causing prices to trade up the limit. Old-crop corn trading up near the limit based on carry-over stocks

 

Utterback: Acreage Suprises Make Prices Explode
USDA is expecting soybean acres will be around 1 million less than last year. Market expert Bob Utterback explains what that will mean for this year’s grain prices.

AgWeb Radio: Opening Commentary 3-30-12
Tom Grisafi of Indiana Grain Company says the report numbers appear to be bullish. He is watching markets that are open and trade commodities and has noticed a 2%-4% rise in those markets.

Blog Commentary

GrainHedge Grain Hedge: 95.9 Million Corn Acres, Wheat and Soybeans Come In Low
PaulNeiffer
Paul Georgy
Howard Tyllas
Soybean, Corn, and Cattle Daily Numbers & Trade Ideas: USDA 2012 Plantings intentions Report in millions of acres for 3/30/12
Greg Wagner

 

Live Discussion

Read what farmers are saying about today's reports. See:

Marketing Old Crop and New Crop 2012


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See how the reports are affecting prices. Visit the AgWeb Markets Center.

 

Prospective Planting Reports 

 

Prospective Plantings: Corn Acres Up 4%, Soybeans Down 1% 
 

Prospective Plantings: U.S. Crop Summary

Prospective Plantings: Crop Yield and Production

 

Prospective Plantings: Corn


Prospective Plantings: Cotton


Prospective Plantings: Soybeans


Prospective Plantings: Rice


Prospective Plantings: All Hay


Prospective Plantings: All Wheat


Prospective Plantings: Sorghum

 
Prospective Plantings: Winter Weather Summary


Grain Stocks: Grain Stocks by Position and Month


Corn Stocks Down 8% from 2011

 

 

Pre-Report Analysis

Get Ready for the March 30th USDA Reports
See all of the pre-report estimates and predictions for this week’s reports. 


 

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RELATED TOPICS: Corn, Soybeans, Marketing, Crops, USDA, Exports

 
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COMMENTS (1 Comments)

PullMyFinger - Chappell, NE
Too bad you guys are all sold out. Guess that's why you no longer farm. Keep pushing those forward contracts!!
10:56 PM Mar 30th
 



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