Catch up with the latest analysis on the upcoming WASDE report from USDA, the prospects for a weather rally, signs of life in ethanol production, volatile wheat prices and more.
Forecasts designed to help producers prepare for heat stress, protect cattle and save industry money.
There is little consensus on what short term weather will do.
Even farmers who have cleaned out the old crop may need to rethink storage options for fall.
In March, the price for cotton dropped below 50-cents a pound as farmers were making final plans for planting spring crops. Farmers need at least 65-cents a pound for cotton to break even.
Texas Crop and Weather Report – July 7, 2020
Heat waves can affect grape size and quality.
The anticipation of CFAP payments can justify lower prices in your plan.
A couple tips for those who are reluctant to act on rallies.