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Sep 16, 2022

  • Buyers Scrambling with High Demand for Grains
  • Breaking Down the September WASDE Report
  • Kansas Agricultural Weather: An Increased Risk for Wildfires


00:01:00 – Buyers Scrambling with High Demand for Grains: With the USDA finally releasing a current export update, K-State grain economist Dan O’Brien discusses the high demand for grain across the board as buyers compete for supplies and the bullish export markets for wheat

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00:12:00 – Breaking Down the September WASDE Report: Senior economist with the International Grains Program at K-State, Guy Allen, breaks down the September WASDE report. He shares details on incentives for Argentina to export soybeans and the high demand coming out of Asia for coal

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00:23:00 – Kansas Agricultural Weather: K-State meteorologist, Chip Redmond, says the recent rain hasn’t been as impactful as hoped, and warns that wildfire risks will increase as wind speeds pick up in the coming weeks


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