Wheat market prices increase $2.75

Anderson, Kim
May 2013
Southwest Farm Press Exclusive Insight;5/22/2013, p2
The article discusses wheat marketing prices in the U.S. It reports that the average wheat prices increased 2.75 U.S. dollars between the 2006/07 and the 2008/09 wheat marketing years. It attributes the price uptick to the ethanol-driven corn land requirements, increased export competition and changes in commodity futures contracts delivery and storage requirements. The article also offers predictions for the June 2013 wheat prices in Oklahoma and Texas.


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