Market Journal Looks at This Week's Crop Report and the Markets - UNL CropWatch, Oct. 12, 201

Market Journal Looks at This Week's Crop Report and the Markets - UNL CropWatch, Oct. 12, 201

October 12, 2012

Market Journal

Watch the entire Oct. 12 Market Journal program or view selected crop segments below.

Drought and a mild winter could influence disease in winter wheat. Stephen Wegulo, UNL Extension plant pathologist, shows growers what diseases could appear and how they can minimize potential damage.

Wade Johannes, commodity risk manager with Central Valley Ag, gives his thoughts on the latest USDA reports on Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates. Wade also talks about ethanol margins, selling strategy, and grain export numbers.

Bryce Anderson, DTN senior ag meteorologist, discusses this year's drought, local winter weather outlook, and growing conditions for corn and soybeans in South America.

Extension State Climatologist Al Dutcher shares his weather forecast for the coming week.

Market Journal covers the following topics on this week's program:

Grain Markets – Wade Johannes, Commodity Risk Manager with Central Valley Ag, gives his thoughts
on the latest USDA reports on Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand
Estimates. Wade also talks about ethanol margins, selling strategy, and grain export numbers.

Local and International Weather – Bryce Anderson, DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist, discusses this year’s drought, local winter weather outlook, and growing conditions for corn and soybeans in South America.

Wheat Disease Outlook – Drought and a mild winter could influence disease in winter wheat. Stephen Wegulo, UNL Extension plant pathologist, shows growers what diseases could appear and how they can minimize potential damage.

Cattle Care – Because of drought, cattle producers may have had to change the timing of some
management decisions. Richard Randle, UNL Extension beef veterinarian, outlines what producers can look at to make sure their herds are prepared for winter.

Weekly Weather Forecast – Al Dutcher, UNL Extension state climatologist, gives his forecast for the coming week.

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