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Wednesday, February 03, 2016

Planting Cotton Might Pencil Out This Spring | Agweb.com

Planting Cotton Might Pencil Out This Spring | Agweb.com: Even though cotton prices remain stuck in a sub-profitable range for most Cotton Belt producers, acreage could shift out of grain sorghum and dryland wheat and back into cotton this spring.

Wake Up Call Allendale Advisory Center

Wake Up Call Allendale Advisory Center: Good Morning! Paul Georgy with the early morning commentary for February 3, 2016 at 5:00 am. Today we are in Fargo, North Dakota presenting to the North Dakota Corn Council and North Dakota Corn Growers Association.

Grain markets are mostly unchanged. Traders are comfortable with their current positions as they wait for new news. Outside markets are quiet with some back and fill from yesterday. There are several reports in the next few days, both in the grains and on the economic side.

Stats Canada will release their production estimates on Thursday morning, CONAB will release their corn acreage report on Thursday, USDA will release the February Supply and Demand report next Tuesday at 11:00 am and Informa will give us their estimates on US and World crops later this morning.