Monthly archive for September 2015

BIDS 09/30/15

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COMMENTARY 9/30/15

Hurricane Joaquin brings heavy rain to the east coast Friday as well as the E 20% of SRW wheat production.  That should keep the Central Corn Belt dry and cool next week, aiding in harvest and wheat planting.  Southern Brazil should stay relatively wet, while areas to the N stay dry. St Louis river level DROPPING at +8.2 and […]

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COMMENTARY 9/29/15

A cooler pattern begins shortly and last a week, inducing areas of frost at times in the North, then again turning warmer which COULD suggest that  strong El Niño could be influencing US weather .  With the cool, there is an increased chance of spotting showers aiding parts of the HRW wheat and […]

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BIDS 09/29/15

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COMMENTARY 9/28/15

Need grain market advice?  Check out Proverbs 11:26.  The recent unseasonable warmth should break the next few days as below-normal temps ease in.  This new pattern will bring a chance of rain to the Plains later this week and likely next week, improving soil moisture for HRW wheat development.  Sep could end up ranking […]

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BIDS 09/28/15

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BIDS 09/25/15

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COMMENTARY 9/25/2015

**Yesterday China signed agreements to buy 13.8 MMT over the next 2 years** Warmer to much warmer than normal the next two weeks, although temps should eventually cool.  Rainfall will be limited, allowing for fast harvesting, but leaving winter wheat areas drier than ideal for planting and growth.  In […]

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COMMENTARY 9/24/15

Warmer than normal for the next two weeks which should result in one of the 10 warmest Septembers since 1895 for The Belt.  The Plains and W Corn Belt should see some showers tomorrow, but it IS significant that the Central US is drier than normal, which leaves some HRW and SRW wheat areas drier than one might like.  […]

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BIDS 09/24/15

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