OSU's Kim Anderson Talks about How This Years Wheat Prices Compared to Last YearsThu, 01 Oct 2020 14:08:39 CDT
Oklahoma State University Extension Grains Market Analyst Dr. Kim Anderson talks about what is going on in the Wheat Markets weekly on SUNUP.
This week Dr. Anderson talks about how this years wheat prices compare to last years wheat prices, "Well if you look at the current price it's around $4.40 cents. You go back to June 1st, to current, the price range has been from about $3.80 cents to $4.65 cents, And the average, $4.20 cents. You look back over the last five years, that that range has been from $2.55 to $5.90 cents and average $4.12 cents so our $4.40 price is not too bad right now"
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This week on SUNUP, Tom Royer says fall armyworms are already on the move and wheat producers need to scout fields every day.
- Then, Amanda de Oliveira Silva gives an update on how dual-purpose wheat is progressing.
- In the Mesonet weather report, Wes Lee says soil moisture in western Oklahoma continues to decrease. Gary McManus tells us that the precipitation outlook for October isnít promising.
- Kim Anderson gives us an update on wheat prices, and explains how world wheat production could impact the U.S. market.
- In Food Whys, Darren Scott tells us the history of a favorite condiment here in Oklahoma, ranch dressing.
- Then, Brain Arnall explains the difference between nitrogen applications for dual-purpose and grain-only wheat.
- In Vet Scripts, Barry Whitworth says the risk of an avian influenza outbreak goes up during the fall and winter months, and poultry producers need to practice good biosecurity.
- Finally, in Cow-Calf Corner, Glenn Selk tells us that October is the time to identify and cull temperamental cattle.
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