The USDA reported today that total wheat acreage in the U.S. has increased by 4%. Total wheat stocks also decreased by 7% year-over-year.
The June WASDE report, released today, showed that global winter wheat stocks for 2018/19 increased, while U.S. ending stocks declined.
Early reports from the Canadian Prairies are indicating a strong winter wheat crop, in spite of the potential damage caused by non-ideal growing conditions.
The 2018 Wheat Quality Council’s Hard Winter Wheat Tour wrapped up in Kansas this afternoon. Here are the results… and an update on wheat quality.
Yesterday, the winter wheat tour revealed that wheat yields were lower than the five-year average. Did Day 2 show any better numbers?
This week, the annual winter wheat tour kicked off across the United States. Here’s what you need to know after the first day out in the fields.
Drought conditions in the southern and central plains of the United States forebode below average Kansas wheat yields. Let’s take a look at past trends.
The tour of Hard Red Winter Wheat starts on April 30th. With drought and freezing temperatures, farmers are worried about the crop quality.
Is Kansas HRW wheat falling out of favor? As global production increases, and prices fall, the breadbasket of the world may be the breadbasket no longer.
Today, we got the USDA’s announcement of what 2018/19 winter wheat acres are going to be in America. Here’s our breakdown of the numbers.
Still bowling over Russia’s record 85.8 million tonne winter wheat harvest last season?
Well, get ready for another bumper crop in 2018.
US winter wheat prospects are not looking great this year.
Dryness is compromising quality and abandonment rates are likely going up.
By how much though?