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OSU Extension Grain Economist Dr. Kim Anderson Guardedly Optimistic About Grain and Oilseed Prices

Thu, 07 Nov 2019 17:34:54 CST

OSU Extension Grain Economist Dr. Kim Anderson Guardedly Optimistic About Grain and Oilseed Prices OSU Extension Grain Market Economist Dr. Kim Anderson talked with SUNUP Host Lyndall Stout for this upcoming weekend's weekly TV program produced by OSU Ag Communications- and he talked wheat, corn and soybean price outlook.

Dr. Anderson says we have seen some strength in wheat and corn- but especially in soybean prices which he says are up about 90 cents since early September- and they continue to inch higher. The Economist also talked about factors that seem to be price positive in the wheat market- Argentina and Australia have major crop problems while Russian traders have missed out on a couple of recent wheat tendes because wheat prices in Russia are too high compared to several other global competitors- Anderson adding that Russian farmers have built storage to keep from flooding the market at harvest time- that has actually raised Russian grain prices and that was the reason for several other countries underbidding them.

You can listen to Dr. Anderson and Lyndall's complete comments now- ahead of the actual weekend TV show, by clicking on the LISTEN BAR below.


Besides Dr. Kim Anderspon- this week on SUNUP, Dave Lalman explains why proper nutrition plays a role in pregnancy rates of cattle, especially as forage quality wanes.



- Then, in the Mesonet weather report, Wes Lee shows us where low soil temperatures will start slowing wheat growth. Gary McManus looks at drought on a regional level and says Oklahoma is doing better than our neighbors.



- Kurtis Hair travels to northeast Oklahoma to visit a pecan producer who is waiting for the ground to dry so he can bring in his crop.



- In Cow-Calf Corner, Glenn Selk explains how to estimate how much hay a herd will need to make it through the winter..



- Finally, Roger Sahs has information about land values across Oklahoma.



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Lyndall Stout talks Wheat, corn and Soybean outlook with Dr. Kim Anderson
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