by | Oct 17, 2018

Crops Marketing and Management Newsletter

Grains and Forage Center of Excellence
Dr. Todd D. Davis
Assistant Extension Professor – Department of Agricultural Economics

Topics in this Month’s Update:

1. October Crop Production Report: USDA Increases Soybean Yield but Lowers Corn Yield

2. October WASDE Update: Corn and Wheat Faring Better than Soybeans

3. How has USDA’s Production Forecast Changed from October to January over the Last

Twenty Years? What are the Implications for 2018-19 Marketing-Year Prices?

4. 2018 Corn, Soybean, and Wheat Basis vs. Previous Years – Implications for Storage

5. Projected Corn, Soybean, and Wheat Futures Trading Ranges to July 2019

6. 2018 Corn, Soybean, and Wheat Risk Management Opportunities for February Delivery

7. Projected Return to Storage for Corn, Soybeans, and Wheat

8. Pre-Harvest 2019 Corn, Soybean, and Wheat Risk Management Opportunities

9. Seasonality of DEC Corn, NOV Soybeans, and JUL Wheat – How Likely is it to Meet Your

Pricing Targets?

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About KYCA

Who is KY Corn

Our vision is to sustainably feed and fuel a growing world.

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Our organization empowers corn farmers to elevate their voice in the governmental process.

KY Corn Promotion Council

The Kentucky Corn Promotion Council collects and administers a .0025 checkoff, which is remitted on corn sold throughout Kentucky.

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Overview

The Kentucky corn checkoff makes important market development, promotion, education, and research efforts possible.

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Corn farmer checkoff funds go to a variety of annual programming to ensure a strong and vibrant Kentucky agriculture industry and to strengthen the efforts of other organizations toward their missions to enhance the future of our industry.

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The CORE Farmer Program is a two-year curriculum designed to deliver classroom-style instructional learning, expand participants’ peer network and gain perspectives from other business endeavors.

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What we do.

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Become a member.

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By being a member, you make the Kentucky Corn Growers Association a stronger advocacy group.