Twitter | Search | |
Risk Management
Risk Management is an agriculture commodity marketing service provider for North American grain & livestock farmers & agribusiness
11,592
Tweets
11,998
Following
10,943
Followers
Tweets
Risk Management retweeted
Strange Sounds Jan 7
Rare covers the in – Second year in a row after 40 years of absence via
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management retweeted
Ruptly Jan 9
Breathtaking view of the Sahara adorned with snow
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management Jan 12
18 USDA Jan. Crop Reports bearish wheat & corn vs. expectations & slightly bullish soys from unexpected cut in yield to 49.1 bpa despite being offset by lower exports. The drop in 18 winter wheat acres was 1% but less than the 4% drop expected
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management retweeted
Karen Braun Jan 11
accelerated in the HRW belt last week. 52% of Kansas is now in a moderate drought (33% wk ago). Severe drought grips 42% of Oklahoma. Barely any precip in forecast, either.
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management retweeted
Farms.com Ag News Jan 11
Research On The Impact Of Dicamba Micro-Rates On Non-Dicamba-Tolerant Soybeans Read more..
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management Jan 10
USDA expected to report 2018 U.S. winter wheat acres at 31.31 million down 139 vs. last year at 32.7 this Friday but whisper number is 30 million?
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management Jan 10
The current pace of corn and soybean export activity suggests a more significant cut to exports but stronger feed and ethanol demand and crush could offset in Fridays USDA Quarterly Grain Stocks Report?
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management Jan 10
Grain markets bracing for a bearish Jan. 18 USDA crop report on Friday! Winter wheat acres could come in below 30 million (record low 1909 at 29.196). Surprise could be an even higher corn yield 177 or a lower soy yield 48.4 as dry/cool weather last Aug. helped corn but not soys
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management retweeted
Karen Braun Jan 10
Since 2000, U.S. winter seedings have come in above the avg trade guess only TWICE (2011, 2012). The 2018 guess (31.307 mln acres) would mark the second-lowest area in history.
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management retweeted
NOAA NCEI Climate Jan 9
ICYMI 2017 was the third warmest year on record for the contiguous United States:
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management retweeted
Karen Braun Jan 9
The loss of is apparent in U.S. DDGs exports. Other buyers, esp. , stepped up purchases in Q1 of 17/18 but the total volume of 2.8 mln T is down 5% on the year.
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management retweeted
Kevin Van Trump Jan 9
Brazil has been a huge factor in taking corn export market share from the United States. The Van Trump Report:
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management retweeted
NOAA Climate.gov Jan 8
In 2017, the U.S. was impacted by 16 separate billion-dollar disaster events. The cumulative damage of these events is a record-setting $306.2 billion.
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management retweeted
Kevin Van Trump Jan 9
Russia exported 33.5 million metric tons of wheat in 2017/2018. The United States exported 26.5 million metric tons. The Van Trump Report:
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management retweeted
Kevin Van Trump Jan 9
Brazil has exploded in soybean production over the last ten years. They now consistently export more soybeans than the US. The Van Trump Report:
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management retweeted
Allen Motew Jan 7
: Argentina drought. Dec 31, 2017
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management retweeted
Karen Braun Jan 4
exported 2.356 mln T (86.6 mln bu) of in December, crushing the month's old record of 1.47 mln from 2011.
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management retweeted
Karen Braun Jan 4
exported nearly 4 mln T (157 mln bu) of in December, the second-largest volume on record for the month, but well below 2015's record of 6.27 mln T.
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management retweeted
Allen Motew Jan 4
:: KS drought 8% severe. Temps back into 60's (maybe 70) soon.
Reply Retweet Like
Risk Management Jan 4
Latest monthly condition report for U.S. winter wheat, through the end of December, shows crop stress. But, this doesn't include the recent cold spell!
Reply Retweet Like