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NBC
Feb 28, 2016 6:00am CST
horn to china and rival prices from the pacific north west. cheap oil means vitually everbody - not just the enormously to lower commodity prices across the board, like iron ore and copper. many poorer counties which buy our grain and protein depend heavily on such extractive industries. like me, not many of us ever imagined an oil price scenario like we now face. the longer it cotinues, the more susprising consequences i think we will discover. thanks, john. and next week, john and i will record our entire show from commodity assic. so, tune in next week for that. up next, baxter black.
ABC
Dec 5, 2015 5:00am CST
because the price is so cheap for the powder. it's going to china, but we still have a lot of butter that's not being exported and cheddar, and that's what we have to start getting through. we have to get those markets out. >> okay, real quick, angie, talk about the end user and the pull through, some of these livestock folks, pulling some of this grain we've got a big crop. >> oh yeah, yeah. i mean the good part about having increased herds when it comes to livestock and then we're replenishing our poultry numbers of course, because we hopefully at this point in time seemed to have missed that bullet again of the bird flu epidemic this fall that the usda was anticipating. that's helpful from a feed standpoint. million dollar question of course though is we are making a lot of ethanol, which we're making ddgs as a result. china's come in and told us for the second time in four years they don't want our distillers, so we are getting a little backed up on that. soil bio diesel, things like that. in order to get soy oil you have to crush beans and get soybean meal. so the one thi
ABC
Nov 14, 2015 5:00am CST
yuan, for r ample. china is abobo to become our biggest trading partner. to compare, here are our biggest trading parners now. that said, the index does follow other measures like the bloomberg dollar index pretty closely. the second problem is more subtle. the index was anchored at 100 on the day it began. while this is logical, there is a psychological message carried with the index as we tend to compare it to 100. it just feels better if itits over 100, for exexple. perhaps the best way is concentrate ononhich direction it is moving, and how fast. next week, i'll look at why this matters to farmers, and indeed all of us. thanks, john. don't go anywhere. baxter black joins us next. and latat, a special tracacr tales told and edidid from the eyes of a viewer who's paying tribute to his baxter black who has a tale about old blue. a retirereohio farmer told me this story. its about the best coon dog he'd ever seen. it was an old blue tick hound that his fathererad trained. he said he's dad was such an excellent trainer he didn't even have to go hunting withlue, the dog would go by
ABC
Dec 26, 2015 5:00am CST
years has been shipments of grain sorgpum to china. new usda data shows increasing production of the grain is pushing prices lower. t t economic research service says grain sorghum is sitting just above 3 dollars per bushel---now back below the price of corn. over the last 2 years sorghum at times trading at a 20 percent premium to corn on strong demandndrom china. meanwhile from our partners at beef today, the crisis continues for america's cattle feeders. according to sterling marketing feedlots are now losing nearly 700 dollars a head--that's more than 400-million dollars in just the last week. sterling says 2015 will go into the record books as the worst year in price of all fresh beef in november was about 6 dollars a und. that's down morthan 3 cents from the month prior--but still about a dime higher than a year ago. withthlaughter prices are dropping faster than retail, the marketing spread is currently record large. on the pork side of the ledger, processors setting record for hog g aughter last week. j jt less than 2 point 5 million head (2.493) were processed. that's be
NBC
Dec 13, 2015 5:00am CST
cindi. last week we heard about plansin china to build a factory that rolls out a million clonedcattle a year. in the u.s. livestock clones have beenaround for quite sometime. and in today's farm journal report,tyne morgan takes a closer look at new research into clones andtheir potential to impact the feedyard. a thick black coat,nice depth of body.... these may look like your typical calves,but it's their genetics that makes them unique. these are notcloned animals, these are products of cloned animals.>you're looking at the first research at west texas a&muniversity's ranch just south of amarillo. we're selecting for agenotypic trait, instead of a phenotypic trait like a lot ofcloning projects have done. that means the researchers want theanimals for the quality of their meat. we wanted to improve thequality of the beef carcass in the national, the prime yieldgrade 1 carcass, it happens .03% of the time in the population,so we wanted to see if we could improve that. just the slightestbit would help out the industry" since the clones aren't enteringthe food chain, this is nothing mor
NBC
Nov 15, 2015 5:00am CST
. china is about to become our biggest trading partner. to compare, here are our biggest trading parners now. that said, the index does follow other measures like the bloomberg dollar index pretty closely. the second problem is more subtle. the index was anchored at 100 on the day it began. while this is logical, there is a psychological message carried with the index as we tend to compare it to 100. it just feels better if it is over 100, for example. perhaps the best way is to always look at a chart instead of the number and concentrate on which direction it is moving, and how fast. next week, i'll look at why this matters to farmers, and indeed all of us. thanks, john. don't go anywhere. baxter black joins from the eyes of a viewer who's paying tribute to his father-in-law. welcome back. it's time now to ear from baxter black who has a tale about old blue. a retired ohio farmer told me this story. its about the best coon dog he'd ever seen. it was an old blue tick hound that his father had trained. he said
NBC
Oct 18, 2015 5:00am CDT
talk about exports. we had a sale of 240,000 to china that morning. we had good export inspections. but the bigger deal was weather. we're getting a little concerned about some dryness that we're seeing in northern brazil. they're well behind their five but it kind of reminds us a little bit about last year with the el nino pattern that they've had. they could end up being better. if they get the rains, is, can they get that second crop of corn in or not? if not it might have to go to beans, which means even more bean acreage. >> so if we do have more bean acreage and not a lot of weather problems down there, that doesn't sound good. how do we prepare here in the u.s., mike? >> well, that just cues up the same talk that we had before. if we end up with that added acreage in south america, that will put a lot of pressure on soybeans. we obviously need price to buy acres, but it's not such a large price that we need to buy acres on corn that guys might migrate towards more corn and less soybeans. $4.25 probably gets it done, and we're not far off with that right now with these futures jus
Search Results 0 to 16 of about 17 (some duplicates have been removed)