Grain Markets

Market Journal's Troy Moling interviews Bruce Dvorak

Market Journal Focuses on Flood Impacts and Next Steps March 22, 2019

This week’s edition of Market Journal devotes a good portion of the broadcast to the devastating floods throughout the state, including tips for private well owners, why it happened, and how it may affect grain markets.

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Market Impacts of a Meat Tax March 20, 2019

In this week's Cornhusker Economics, two authors from the Department of Agricultural Economics address implications of a meat tax on livestock production and grain production.

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Market Journal for Oct. 19, 2018

Market Journal: Grain Storage, Markets, and Farm Bill Update October 19, 2018

On this week's Market Journal view segments on the current farm bill discussions, recommendations for storing grain, an analysis of the grain markets, and an update on work at the Nebraska Water Center.

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Cornhusker Economics: Thinking About the Corn Market June 21, 2018

In the last 20 years Brazil has emerged as a major player in the world's corn market and is now the second largest exporter and third largest producer, challenging US dominance. This week's Cornhusker Economics takes a closer look.

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Market Journal Spotlights Wheat Production, Field Day June 8, 2018

Nebraska wheat production is the focus of this week's Market Journal with additional segments on the corn and soybean markets and forecast for the coming week.

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Market Journal on Regional and Global Trade Issues March 16, 2018

The grain markets and trade at all levels are featured on this week's Market Journal, along with segments on bacterial leaf streak and next week's forecast.

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Cornhusker Economics: Price Volatility Transmission between U.S. Biofuel, Corn, and Oil Markets March 7, 2018

Many factors have been suggested as sources of increased volatility in agricultural commodity prices in recent years.This study finds that corn–ethanol links exist, but the effects are small and the impact is low.

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