Kansas Association of Wheat Growers

October 9 Dan Maltby Marketing Newsletter


Markets continue treading water, although with the exception of the Deep South, this coming week looks drier than we’ve seen recently.

Fall harvesting and winter wheat planting will catch up this week (Monday’s progress reports will still show both are lagging). Previous rainy days will help winter wheat emergence once its planted.

I read Australia is expected to get some rain, which may help stabilize their wheat crop. Other than that, the world in general is having pretty good weather, with not a lot of major concerns to talk about yet.

Looks like a steady-to-lower grinder of a market, again, until we can get corn harvest behind us.


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Source: Kansas Association of Wheat Growers