Peanut prices improve as prospects for 2010 crop grow dimmer

Hollis, Paul L.
November 2010
Southwest Farm Press;11/18/2010, Vol. 37 Issue 22, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports on the forecasts that the price for peanuts will increase in the U.S. According to Marshall Lamb, research director of the National Peanut Research Laboratory, the overall production of peanuts for 2010 is expected to decrease which will improve peanut prices. It states that the quality of peanuts will be affected by weather conditions.


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