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OSU's Kim Anderson says Prices have Been Up a little Bit this Week, but Basically Flat The Last Few Weeks

Thu, 06 May 2021 15:34:48 CDT

OSU's Kim Anderson says Prices have Been Up a little Bit this Week, but Basically Flat The Last Few Weeks 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 said Well, there hasn't been much change in the harvest delivery prices you've got wheat at $6.97, Thats 12 cents under your July contract. Corn is at $5.76, that's 15 cents below the December corn contract. Sorghum at $6.56 cents, That 65 cents over that December Corn contract. And Soybeans at $13.02 November, thats 70 cents under the November soybean futures contract, So the prices are relatively good. They've been up a little bit over the last week with basically flat over the last few weeks." To hear more from Dr. Kim Anderson click or tap below..

This week on SUNUP, Amanda Silva has updates on the Oklahoma wheat crop from the South Central Research Station at Chickasha.

- Then, Bob Hunger explains why we are currently seeing certain foliar diseases across the state.

- In the Mesonet weather report, Wes Lee explains why normal is changing when it comes to climate. Gary McManus says there is a rainfall difference of more than 11 inches between the panhandle and eastern Oklahoma over the past 30 days.

- Josh Lofton updates summer crop progress and has advice for sorghum growers.

- In Cow-Calf Corner, Mark Johnson talks with Dr. Rosslyn Biggs about how the Beef Quality Assuranceprogram can help livestock producers.

- Kim Anderson says China imports of soybeans, corn and wheat are increasing, and are helping to drive global prices.

- Finally, Kris Hiney explains why green forages can contribute to equine obesity.

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