OSU's Kim Anderson On Wheat Harvest Progress And How Recent Weather Impacts PricesThu, 01 Jul 2021 13:33:18 CDT
Oklahoma State University Extension Grains Market Analyst Dr. Kim Anderson talks about what is going on in the Wheat Markets. Dr. Anderson says harvest is moving north is about 90 percent complete in Oklahoma. This week Dr. Anderson is talking about wheat harvest progress and wheat prices.
Anderson says prices are choppy, and not just for wheat. The humid and wet weather is affecting price and progress amongst crops, he said..
"I think the market will reflect what is going on with the weather," Anderson said. "Policy comes and policy goes, but the weather is going to determine price."
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This week on SUNUP, we’re celebrating Fourth of July weekend by looking back at some of our favorite summertime segments.
We begin with a story from 2018 where Brett Carver and the Wheat Improvement Team give us a rare glimpse of the hand harvest methods used on future wheat varieties.
Then, we travel to 2019 and meet with an eastern Oklahoma producer harvesting wheat impacted by severe floods.
Kim Anderson brings us back to the present with an update on how the 2021 wheat harvest is progressing.
Next up, we return to 2019 and learn how Kay County producers are using airboats to feed stranded cattle after devastating floods.
In 2016, SUNUP got a behind-the-scenes look at the McCurtain County Free Fair's biggest event, the Miss McCurtain County pageant.
In Cow-Calf Corner, Mark Johnson provides information on preconditioning programs.
Finally, SUNUP revisits a story from 2017 about a Tulsa County producer who made it her mission to combat food deserts.
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