By Joe Lardy, research manager, CHS Hedging
China has had a long-standing policy to be self-sufficient in key food source production, including rice, wheat and corn. In 2004, the Chinese government made historic adjustments to its agriculture policy when it eliminated taxes on agriculture and created a new system of subsidies for key commodities. The subsidies supported seed and machinery purchases and resulted in improved infrastructure.
This set the stage for a huge buildup of acreage devoted to corn production. (more…)
Join us as we take the next step in our grain marketing journey. We will review the basics of grain marketing before taking a more in-depth look at options and compass contracts along with different ways to include these tools in your marketing plan.
Space is limited, so please RSVP to your local grain merchandiser.
Aaron Ulland in Kasson @ 507-634-7545 ext. 7
Jared Schaefer in Ostrander @ 507-657-2234
Ken Garness in Kasson @ 507-634-7545 ext. 7
Hope to see you there!
Join us as we take the next step in our grain marketing journey. We will review the basics of grain marketing as well as take a more in-depth look at options and compass contracts. Click here for more details.
WHEN: Tuesday, February 20
23142 Hwy 74
St. Charles, MN 55972
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Announcing CHS Average Price Contract for 2018
Diversify your marketing strategy with CHS average pricing. Daily pricing for old crop futures will begin March 1 and end June 15. Daily pricing for new crop futures will begin March 1 and end August 31. Click Here for more details. Sign up is open now through February 23.
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