The Dec. 12 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) brought little excitement to the markets.
Here's the latest from the USDA's World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates:
According to the USDA, nearly all of the cotton crop has been picked, and now the gins are hard at work.
Just an hour and forty-fives south of the Iowa state line, 15-year-old Garrett Heil’s cotton is a testament to the determination of a remarkable farmer not old enough to qualify for a driver’s license. Heil has succeeded in producing cotton deep in the pocket of the Midwest.
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In today’s recap of the WASDE report, host Pam Fretwell sits down with Jerry Gulke, President of the Gulke, to talk about the numbers and what they mean not only for the immediate markets but prices going forward.
According to the latest USDA Crop Production report, Corn production is down 4% from last year but up 2% from the October forecast. Soybean production is down less than 1% from October but up 3% from last year.