Positive pricing opportunities exist for grains, cotton in 2OO8

Smith, Ron
February 2008
Southwest Farm Press;2/14/2008, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p2
Trade Publication
The article discusses the views of Jose Pena, Texas A&M Extension economist, regarding the pricing opportunities for grain and cotton growers in the U.S. in 2008. Pena emphasized the positive impact of crude prices increase on cotton and grain markets. He further mentioned the expected rate of increase in cotton and grain prices as well as noted the potential effect of improved weather in South America.


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