Around $4 break-even price for 2010 wheat

Anderson, Kim
November 2009
Southwest Farm Press;11/19/2009, Vol. 36 Issue 22, p25
Trade Publication
The article offers the author's view on the farm management specialists report stating that the price for 2010 wheat in the U.S. will be 4 dollars per bushel. He believes that the market will offer about 4.50 dollars per bushel of wheat depending on the basis offered for June 2010 delivered wheat. He notes that weather would surely affect the June 2010 wheat price as weather unfavorable to production results in higher prices, while weather favorable to production results to lower prices.


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