OSU Grain Economist Kim Anderson Calls the Markets- SpasticFri, 15 Oct 2010 6:20:31 CDT
Oklahoma State University Grain Marketing Economist Dr. Kim Anderson has a new technical term for how the grain markets responded to the Crop Production and Supply Demand reports of last Friday. He told Austin Moore of SUNUP that the markets reacted to those reports very strongly and "They went spastic."
Corn is the leader within the grain and oilseed markets- and Anderson believes that the market will be pushing corn higher to ration use- but also to buy acres for the 2011 crop season.
You can see Austin and Kim Anderson discuss these grain market issues on Saturday morning on the OSU Ag Communications Department produced show "SUNUP" that can be seen at 7:30 AM on OETA- or you can click on the LISTEN BAR and hear Anderson right now give his current overview of what the market is doing and where he thinks it goes from here.
Besides the conversation with Dr. Anderson- Moore tells us they have a great show planned for this weekend- including:
Glenn Selk and D.L. Step break down Trichomoniasis in cattle.
Then Rod Hall from the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry explains new state regulations that will require Trichomoniasis testing when breeding bulls are sold.
On Shop Stop, Randy Taylor and Wayne Kiner show us how to cut barn metal.
In our Mesonet segment, Al Sutherland looks at a coming frost.
Jason Warren shows us how no-till soil retains water in comparison to conventional tillage.
And finally, Shannon Ferrell stops by with information on an upcoming GIPSA Rule workshop.
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