Wheat

Low prices for wheat, feed grains likely to persist

Soybeans wait for harvest in 2015. (LSU AgCenter Photo)

Low grain prices are not expected to increase soon because of excess supply and lower demand, according to an LSU AgCenter economist who spoke with farmers at a wheat and feed grain meeting on Jan. 21.
“Prices are still under significant pressure,” said Kurt Guidry.

Low prices for wheat, feed grains likely to persist

Soybeans await harvest. (LSU AgCenter Photo)

Low grain prices are not expected to increase soon because of excess supply and lower demand, according to an LSU AgCenter economist who spoke with farmers at a wheat and feed grain meeting on Jan. 21.
“Prices are still under significant pressure,” said Kurt Guidry.

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