TITLE

Around $4 break-even price for 2010 wheat

AUTHOR(S)
Anderson, Kim
PUB. DATE
November 2009
SOURCE
Southwest Farm Press;11/19/2009, Vol. 36 Issue 22, p25
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
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.
ACCESSION #
45666540

 

Related Articles

  • HGCA survey suggests a record wheat harvest. Cooper, Olivia // Farmers Weekly;1/25/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 4, p20 

    Presents information on the estimates of the Home-Grown Cereals Authority for harvests of wheat in 2002. Measurements of areas used for planting wheat in Great Britain; Estimates of winter wheat plantings in the U.S.; Analysis of the wheat market in Great Britain.

  • Statistical picture of Mid-South crop unclear. Robinson, Elton // Southwest Farm Press;11/19/2009, Vol. 36 Issue 22, p22 

    The article reports on the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Crop Production Report on November 9, 2009 predicting the impact of wet weather to crop production. The report shows that Mid-South districts including Arkansas and Missouri are facing significant loss on cotton yield compared to...

  • The critical role of extreme heat for maize production in the United States. Lobell, David B.; Hammer, Graeme L.; McLean, Greg; Messina, Carlos; Roberts, Michael J.; Schlenker, Wolfram // Nature Climate Change;May2013, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p497 

    Statistical studies of rainfed maize yields in the United States and elsewhere have indicated two clear features: a strong negative yield response to accumulation of temperatures above 30 °C (or extreme degree days (EDD)), and a relatively weak response to seasonal rainfall. Here we show that...

  • AN ESTIMATION OF THE EFFECTS OF SELECTED FARM CONSOLIDATION MEASURES ON THE ECONOMIC GROWTH IN ROMANIAN AGRICULTURE. LUCA, Lucian; CIONGA, Cristina; GIURCA, Daniela // Agronomy Series of Scientific Research / Lucrari Stiintifice Ser;2013, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p247 

    The estimation of agricultural sector contribution to economic growth, as a result of farm consolidation measures that could be implemented in the period 2013-2020, is made as a forecast oriented towards an objective, by calculating the increase in value added brought about by certain selected...

  • Sticking every boll, rains: 4.5-bale yield. Robinson, Elton // Delta Farm Press;1/31/2014, Vol. 71 Issue 5, p1 

    The article discusses the 2013 cotton yield of a field owned by Angelina Ag Co. farm in Concordia Parish, Louisiana, with a focus on management factors that led to the yield according to Angelina manager, Wendell Walker. Topics include the effect of environmental conditions on crop yields,...

  • Benchmark weather. Vogt, Willie // Farm Futures;Sep2012, Vol. 9 Issue 8, p12 

    The article offers information on how weather information can be used in managing the fields and increasing yields. It states that weather impacts can be determined through the historical weather information that can be used online or through pulling down sets of data. Meanwhile, it mentions...

  • Standstill, as rain hits wheat harvest. Abel, Charles // Farmers Weekly;8/9/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 6, p51 

    Reports on the delay in the harvesting of wheat in Great Britain as of August 9, 2002 due to heavy rains. Details of the weather conditions during the week; Percentage of wheat yield which were harvested prior to the rain.

  • Turning the corner. SUDERMAN, ARLAN // Michigan Farmer (0026-2153);Apr2011, p29 

    The article provides an outlook on the wheat and its implications for farms in the U.S.

  • Wheat price may increase, but not by much. Anderson, Kim // Southwest Farm Press;12/16/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 24, p15 

    This article reports that even if wheat prices recover from current levels, they are not expected to reach the 2004 harvest price level of $3.50. The market is using the KCBT March contract to determine the cash price. Critical price levels are $3, $3.20 and $3.40. U.S. and world wheat stocks...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics