2 edition of Grain basis patterns for selected locations in South Dakota found in the catalog.
Grain basis patterns for selected locations in South Dakota
Bashir A. Qasmi
|Statement||by Bashir A. Qasmi.|
|Series||Economics research report ;, 92-6, Economics research report (Brookings, S.D.) ;, 92-6.|
|LC Classifications||HC107.S8 E27 no. 92-6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||93620053|
In efforts to handle this year’s big wheat crop, South Dakota farmers have been utilizing foot grain bags to store their wheat. Todd Longville, Kennebec Grain Terminal manager in Kennebec, S.D., said he has seen wheat in the area from bushels per acre, averaging about the range. The North Dakota Soybean production field guide provide producers with data fo soybean production information throughout the state. It addresses issues from variety selection, growth and fertilizing, disease, insect and weed control, harvesting and storing of soybeans.
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Corn and Soybeans Basis Patterns for Selected Locations in South Dakota, by Bashir A. Qasmi * Economics Research Report May It is the intention of the author to update this report annually. Appropriate revisions will be made at those times.
Requests for the update reports should be sent to the Economics Department,Author: Bashir Qasmi. Corn and soybeans Basis Patterns for Selected Locations in South Dakota, by Bashir A.
Qasmi* Economics Research Report October It is the intention of the author to update this report annually. Appropriate additions, revisions or deletions will be made at those : Bashir Qasmi.
The basis maps in this report show current basis levels for soybeans, corn, wheat, and grain sorghum (grain sorghum basis is calculated using the corn futures market). The basis deviation maps show the difference between the current basis and the three-year historical average basis for the same week and location.
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BASIS CONTRACT. A BASIS CONTRACT is a contract where the basis is set and futures are left open. The basis is the current futures month being chosen minus the cash price for the specific delivery period.
This contract would be used where the basis looked attractive to the producer, but they thought futures were going higher.
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Public Utilities Commission Capitol Building, 1st floor E. Capitol Ave. Pierre, SD Phone: () A weak basis is lower, or more negative, than the historical average. A weak basis is an indication the elevator is not strongly demanding grain. The producer may want to wait for a weak basis to improve before marketing grain; however, if futures prices are.
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Types of roads and numbers of federal, state and some county roads are as shown in the “Legends” section. Farmsteads with livable buildings are indicated with an. South Dakota ranks seventh among the grain and oilseed producing States, with a – average yearly production of million bushels (mbu).
On average, from to65 percent of South Dakota crops were corn, 18 percent were soybeans, 16 percent wheat, 1 percent sorghum, and 1 percent oats. Nationally, South Dakota is ranked 20th in.
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Interactive Crop Basis Tool This interactive tool can be used to examine historical weekly nearby basis for corn, sorghum (milo), soybeans, and wheat for various locations in Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Oklahoma, and parts of Colorado and Texas.
A swather is a machine that cuts down the grain and lays it in windrows, or long rows. After the grain has dried, a combine comes along and picks up the windrows of wheat or other grain. Wheat that has been harvested is often sold at a grain elevator in town. A grain elevator is a high structure containing several bins for grain storage.
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