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Feb 11, 2022

  • Grains Continue to Feed on Generally Bullish Factors
  • A Rapid Retreat in Fertilizer Price Isn’t Likely
  • Kansas Agricultural Weather


00:01:00 – Grain Market Update: K-State grain market economist Dan O'Brien goes over the lead market indicators from this week's USDA world grain supply-and-demand report, as the grain markets continue to feed on generally bullish factors...he also goes over the latest grain basis bids at local Kansas elevators, which remain strong virtually across the board


00:12:00 – A Rapid Retreat in Fertilizer Price Isn’t Likely: K-State farm management economist Gregg Ibendahl shares his just-posted fertilizer price outlook, using current trends in corn and oil prices as the foundation for his analysis...he thinks that the price of fertilizer might level off midway through the year, but that a rapid retreat in that price isn't likely, especially given what's happening with inflation in the economy


00:23:00 – Kansas Agricultural Weather: K-State meteorologist Chip Redmond reports on Kansas agricultural weather



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