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Maltby Marketing News for January 2

Kansas Association of Wheat Growers January 2 Dan Maltby Marketing Newsletter Hello Kansas Wheat. Happy New Year. I hope your 2018 is prosperous (and safe). Much of the USA is currently in The Freezer, with minus double-digit wind chills. Global warming is taking the night off. Markets have thought about maybe trying to rally the…

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KAWG Renewal season, RMA changes and more in KAWG E-News

Greetings! We hope you enjoy this week’s edition of KAWG E-News. The Kansas Wheat office will be closed next Thursday and Friday in observance of Thanksgiving. All Kansans, not just farmers, affected by NAFTA, Trade By Ken Wood, sent out to media on Thanksgiving Week Every year as my family sits down to eat Thanksgiving…

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Maltby Marketing News for November 27

 November 27 Dan Maltby Marketing Newsletter   I hope your Thanksgiving was great! Family, food, football…These 3 F’s probably define the true modern-day “meaning” of the USA Thanksgiving holidays. Markets did very little the past week, until Friday, in a lightly attended, shortened session which closed at noon, and wheat dropped another 6c. Option expiration wasn’t…

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Joint News Release: Kansas Wheat Farmer Testifies to Senate Commerce Committee on Data-Driven Farming

  News Release:  Kansas Wheat Farmer Testifies to Senate Commerce Committee on Data-Driven Farming   Washington D.C. (November 14, 2017) – Today, the Senate Committee on Commerce Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety, Insurance, & Data Security convened a hearing titled “Technology in Agriculture: Data-Driven Farming,” which examined the potential benefits of advancements in agricultural…

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Maltby Marketing News for November 13

Kansas Association of Wheat Growers November 13 Dan Maltby Marketing Newsletter  Last week I spent a fair amount of time discussing the new Iraqi 11 protein HRW business, and estimated at least 500,000 tonnes would flow from the USA. The November WASDE update increased USA HRW exports by 25 million bushels, which is 680,400 tonnes……

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Maltby Marketing News for November 6

Kansas Association of Wheat Growers November 6 Dan Maltby Marketing Newsletter  USA 11% protein hard red winter wheat is being sold to Iraq. At least 300.000 tonnes of wheat sales have been reported, with more coming. I expect we’ll ship half a million tonnes of wheat to Iraq this marketing year, and Iraq will also…

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Census of Agriculture, NAFTA, NAWG news and more in KAWG E-News

November 3, 2017 Greetings! We hope you enjoy this week’s edition of KAWG E-News. 2017 Census of Agriculture Kansas farmers and ranchers have the opportunity to make a positive impact on their communities by participating in the 2017 Census of Agriculture. Conducted every five years by the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), the Census of…

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Maltby Marketing News for October 30

Kansas Association of Wheat Growers  October 30 Dan Maltby Marketing Newsletter Fundamentally friendly inputs are hard to find. If there’s a story from reduced USA HRW wheat acreage, we won’t really see it until next spring, and will probably need reduced spring wheat acres to go with it, or a killer drought somewhere. Next spring…

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Planting dates, NAWG news and more in KAWG E-News

October 27, 2017 Greetings! We hope you enjoy this week’s edition of KAWG E-News. IBACH CONFIRMED; NORTHEY VOTE STILL IN LIMBO Via Brownfield Ag News The U.S. Senate has confirmed Nebraska ag director Greg Ibach as the new undersecretary for marketing and regulatory programs at USDA. Ibach is expected to be sworn-in in the coming…

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Maltby Marketing News for October 23

Kansas Association of Wheat Growers October 23 Dan Maltby Marketing Newsletter   Sunday night markets are very sluggish. Saturday’s rain stopped fall grains harvest and whatever pre-hedges were sold Friday were enough to get by into the start of the week.   The front is expected to move eastward, so we could see slow markets…

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Latest from K-State Agronomy and more in KAWG E-News

October 20, 2017 Greetings! We hope you enjoy this week’s edition of KAWG E-News. Replanting decisions for winter wheat Via K-State Agronomy E-Update Many Kansas wheat fields planted prior to late-September 2017 have poor stands. The poor emergence tends to be spotty, often with lower areas in the field exhibiting the worst stand establishment. These…

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Market commentary, Ag trade in Asia and more in this KAWG E-Update

October 13, 2017 Greetings! We hope you enjoy this week’s edition of KAWG E-News. Jenkins Highlights The Need for Ag Trade in Asia WOTUS listening session for agriculture The EPA and Army Corps are holding teleconferences to hear from stakeholders on how to revise the definition of “Waters of the United States” under the Clean…

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