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Jan 27, 2023

  • Grain Market Report: Soybeans and Corn
  • How is Kansas Weather Impacting Wheat?
  • Kansas Agricultural Weather: Finally Some Moisture!


00:01:00 – Grain Market Report: Soybeans and Corn: K-State grain economist, Dan O’Brien highlights China's preference for Brazilian soybeans over the U.S. crop and tension still with Mexico with their potential change in demand for U.S. corn.


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00:12:00 – How is Kansas Weather Impacting Wheat?:With high-highs and low-lows in the world of weather, many may be be wondering how our Kansas wheat is holding up. Joining me to cover that subject is K-State multi-county agronomist for northwest Kansas, Jeanne Falk Jones. Jeanne shares that while the wheat has been through a lot this year, there is still hope for the resilient crop.


00:23:00 – Kansas Agricultural Weather: K-State meteorologist, Chip Redmond says nearly all of Kansas, except the far southwest, received much-needed moisture with snowfall totals of 7-to-10 inches reported in some areas.


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