Elevators Look to Feed Wheat to Lighten Load

By Tanner Ehmke

October 2016

Grain end-users have been blessed with abundant grain supplies in the past year, with prices of corn and wheat hovering at multiyear lows. In some wheat growing regions, cash wheat is priced at a discount to corn, whereas it usually trades at a premium. Grain handlers are anticipating a flood of orders for feed wheat, which should enable them to move excess wheat inventories out of storage ahead of what is expected to be a record-large fall harvest.

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