Seeding & Planting

Corn Prices Seeking Direction

Corn prices have settled into a relatively narrow trading range, with December 2009 futures trading between $3.20 and $3.50 per no-till bushel over the past 3 weeks. The relatively low price level reflects the anticipation of a large harvest in 2009, says Darrel Good, University of Illinois economist.
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Doubling Up

Higher soybean prices may push double-cropping farther north this year.
With soybean prices for fall delivery more than $10 per bushel, some small grain growers may be checking out new double-cropping opportunities.
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Weather Changes No-Till Plans

Plenty of no-tillers were faced with lengthy delays in getting their crops planted this spring. And the critical question was whether these unfortunate delays led to last-minute cropping changes, or whether growers were sticking with their initial cropping strategies.
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