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12/16/2014 US Winter Wheat by Class

12/10/2014 Record Brazil Soybean Harvest Projected by CONAB

December 11, 2014 Brazil’s CONAB anticipates a record soybean harvest due in large part to expanded plantings in the tropics.  CONAB Brazil’s national food supply agency predicts a record high soybean crop this season 96.8 million metric tons.   This would shatter the previou...

12/9/2014 Australia Wheat Production Disappoints

December 9, 2014 Australia wheat supplies are shrinking due to expectations for a reduced wheat harvest this season.   Australia Wheat Estimates Declining  Australia has reduced its wheat production estimate to 23.2 million tons from 24.2 million tons earlier,  after a very dry sp...

12/9/2014 Argentina Wheat Production Increases, Quality Reduced

December 9, 2014 Argentina wheat production is projected at 12 million metric tons, the highest level in 3 years, though quality is expected to decline.   Wheat Production Still Lags This is not considered an abundant harvest relative to previous growing seasons, the early and mid 2000s, wh...

12/4/2014 Australia Wheat Prospects Declining from Drought and Heat Stress

December 3, 2014 Spring drought has damaged Australia wheat, leading to expectations for a worse crop in the 2014-15 harvest 23.3 million metric tons. ABARE the Australia Bureau of Agriculture and Resource Economics has reduced its wheat production estimate to 23.2 million tonnes, down 14% from la...

12/2/2014 Changes in US Weather with Strengthening El Niño Signal

December 2, 2014 Recent rainfall patterns in the United States resemble that of an emerging El Niño.    Welcome Rain Coming to Pacific Coast  The morning satellite image shows heavy rainfall offshore from the Pacific coast, set to invade California.   &n...

12/1/2014 Trouble Spots in World Agriculture

December 1, 2014 Adverse weather is hampering crop development in widely separated areas of the world, Russia, Brazil and Europe.   Drought Persists in Russia Winter Grains   Weather conditions have continued cold and dry in European Russia.  This is having a negative impact ...

11/25/2014 Cold Dry Weather Dominates US Heartland, Wheat Declines

November 25, 2014 US winter wheat conditions deteriorated in the November 23rd USDA report, due to harsh weather in the heartland.  Conditions have become exceptionally cold and dry in November.  Fifty-eight percent of United States winter wheat was rated good-excellent, 36% fair and 6% p...

11/20/2014 Drought Worries Continue in Russia Wheat

November 20, 2014 Russia’s key Southern District that produces the majority of winter wheat has been extremely dry over the past 30 days, worsening already severe drought.   Only 13 millimeters of rainfall developed in Krasnodar, Stavropol, Rostov and Volgograd, the 4 top ...

11/18/2014 Unseasonably Cold Midwest Weather, Soft Red Wheat in Jeopardy

November 18, 2014 There are worries about soft red winter wheat development with unseasonably cold Midwest temperatures and planting delays.  Midwest mean temperatures last week plummeted 10-15 F below average,  the coldest week in the corn belt since March 8th.  Sub-freezing temper...

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