Complete Coverage of September Reports

08:01AM Sep 12, 2011
( ) will have full coverage of the Sept. 12 reports, following the 7:30 a.m. report releases.

News & Analysis

AgWeb Radio: Opening Commentary 9-12-11
Andy Shissler of Roach Ag says corn yield was lowered by the report and corn demand also lowered. Bean yield was raised a bit. At Open calls will be lower, outside markets are negetative, will drive prices down a little, but only a correction.

Smaller Corn Crop Confirmed
The 2011 U.S. corn crop is now forecast at 12.497 billion bushels, 50 million larger than the 2010 crop, but 417 million smaller than the August forecast. Analysis and audio from University of Ill. economist Darrel Good.



AgWeb Radio: Midday Commentary 9-12-11
Jim Bower of Bower Trading says there are many items that will affect grain prices.



2011 Milk Production Projected Higher, All-Milk Price Forecast Lower in USDA Estimates
In its September World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates, USDA also projected lower U.S. feed grain supplies for 2011-12.

Crop Production



World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates




Pre-Report Analysis

Dwindling Corn Crop Unlikely to Send Futures Limit Up or Down
Next Monday and Tuesday will be critical in terms of volatility and whether the expanded limits come into play.
Look for marketing opportunities if U.S. corn and soybean production estimates come in lower, as expected, in Monday’s report.
Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing issues a SPECIAL REPORT on happenings in Europe that may affect grain prices next week.
Economics of Corn and Soybean Storage
High prices and generally strong basis levels are reducing the potential returns to storage.

Audio Analysis

Listen to several recent episodes of AgWeb Radio for further analysis of the reports from market experts.