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CORN-PRICE DELAYED
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Futures Month Futures Change Futures Price Cash Price - Confirm with Office
 Market  @C1K
-1'6
536'4
 New Crop 21  @C1Z
-1'4
467'2
 New Crop 22  @C2Z
-0'4
427'6

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  Waldron
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 Market  @S1K
-1'0
1390'2
 New Crop 21  @S1X
-2'6
1216'4
 New Crop 22  @S2X
-2'0
1093'0

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  Waldron
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 Market  @W1K
7'4
657'6
 New Crop 21  @W1N
5'6
648'2
 New Crop 22  @W2N
-2'2
625'4s

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May 21 537'6 539'0 531'4 536'4 -1'6 538'2 08:31A Chart for @C1K Options for @C1K
Jul 21 526'4 527'2 520'0 524'4 -2'4 527'0 08:31A Chart for @C1N Options for @C1N
Dec 21 468'2 469'0 463'6 467'2 -1'4 468'6 08:31A Chart for @C1Z Options for @C1Z
Dec 22 428'0 428'0 424'4 427'6 -0'4 428'2 08:31A Chart for @C2Z Options for @C2Z
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May 21 1393'4 1395'6 1380'6 1390'2 -1'0 1391'2 08:31A Chart for @S1K Options for @S1K
Jul 21 1383'0 1384'4 1367'0 1378'0 -3'0 1381'0 08:31A Chart for @S1N Options for @S1N
Nov 21 1219'4 1220'6 1208'4 1216'4 -2'6 1219'2 08:31A Chart for @S1X Options for @S1X
Nov 22 1087'6 1093'0 1087'0 1093'0 -2'0 1095'0 08:30A Chart for @S2X Options for @S2X
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Jul 21 644'0 651'2 637'6 648'2 5'6 642'4 08:31A Chart for @W1N Options for @W1N
Jul 22 631'6 631'6 625'0 627'0 -2'2 625'4s 08:31A Chart for @W2N Options for @W2N
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Watch your US mail for a brand-new wheat publication:  Michigan Wheat 101


Since its early meetings in 2012, the board of directors of the Michigan Wheat Program has focused on two priorities:  Quality and yield.


As the board continued its programming, they have found that research is just one of the pillars of that foundation. They’ve also needed to fund people and invest in infrastructure for wheat research. This new Michigan Wheat 101 publication highlights those research projects funded over the past 10 years to benefit Michigan’s 8,000 wheat farmers.

In fact, during these first years of the Michigan Wheat Program nearly 60-65% of grower funds annually have been channeled into wheat research specific to Michigan. Most of that research has been done at MSU with researchers seeking information and solutions for growing wheat more efficiently and cost-effectively here in the Great Lakes State.

Every year those research projects are individually reported out to the board and discussed at winter grower meetings. In fact, about 23% of the check-off budget goes toward grower events and communication to share these research results.

This year, for the first time, the Michigan Wheat Program, MSU Extension and MSU researchers along with wheat specialist Dennis Pennington have compiled the best of these reports along with the most recent recommendations into a new publication. Michigan Wheat 101 is the culmination of a decade of wheat-focused research and hard work made possible through the financial support and guidance from the farmer-led board of directors of the Michigan Wheat Program.

To complement that research there have been additional investments. Over the last decade the Michigan wheat check-off has identified and supported grower needs including…
  • Nearly $3.5 million targeted to almost 150 research projects;
  • A $700,000 donation to MSU put towards a land purchase at the Saginaw Valley Research & Extension Center to ensure long-term wheat research;
  • $250,000 for essential, modern field and lab research equipment bought through partnerships and collaborations; and
  • Additional “boots on the ground” through the collaborative funding of positions to strengthen research and coordination in priority areas.
    • Wheat breeder Dr. Eric Olson who is releasing new varieties (including Whitetail) was supported collaboratively by industry and growers for his first three years;
    • Wheat specialist Dennis Pennington is funded on an annual basis in a 50/50 partnership with MSU and the Michigan Wheat Program; and
    • Wheat educator Martin Nagelkirk who was funded prior to and now during his retirement to keep his wheat work ongoing and to coordinate with others until he more fully retires.
As the areas of research – yield, and quality – and our staff and infrastructure have come together over the past 10 years, it makes sense to pull information together and publish this vital information in one place: This Michigan Wheat 101 publication.


 

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