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The Oklahoma Wheat Growers Association has a new Address it is P.O. Box 975 Guthrie. Ok 73044 Our Phone Number is 405-246-8053


Oklahoma Wheat and Sorghum Joint Meeting
The Oklahoma Wheat Growers and Oklahoma Sorghum Producers will host their Second Joint Meeting on Dec 6. 2013 at the Moore Norman Vo-tech Penn Campus. Stay tuned for more details.

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Midwest, Plains to See Rain Friday
Bryce Anderson (Bio) – DTN Meteorologist

Southeastern Plains is in for heavy rain Friday, while rain in the Northern Plains and Midwest will have lighter coverage. Other U.S. and Canada crop areas will be dry. » More DTN Weather Commentary

Posted at 6:00AM Fri May 29, 2015 CDT

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Shutdown’s Effects Seep into Ag Business, Farm Bil
Two weeks into the government shut down, effects are beginning to become noticeable and notable across the agriculture industry. USDA remains virtually shuttered, with only minimal staff and a website that redirects to a page explaining that the full site is unavailable due to a lack of funding. The Department is also not issuing regular reports on crop production and exports that are considered essential to the continued functioning of ag markets and to accurate business decisions by farmers and other market participants. The House passed a bill on Monday to fund Food and Drug Administration (FDA) operations, though the Senate has refused to consider it or other such measures to fund only part of government operations. Import and export approvals for various goods have been stopped, and negotiations with European countries on a much-anticipated trade agreement have been put on hold. There have been fears of shortages of animal vaccines because the regulatory agency that approves them before they go to the marketplace is not operational. There are also widespread concerns about the state of weather data gathering and forecasting without government workers all on the job, and about recovery from weather-related disasters in Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota and elsewhere.
 
With federal spending and the debt ceiling dominating all action (and inaction) on Capitol Hill, the farm bill debate has been publicly set aside even while private negotiations and conversations continue. The Senate has reappointed its farm bill conferees, while the House has yet to name its negotiators. Word is that discussions among staff and ag leaders are continuing with sticking points on the commodity and nutrition titles and an eye toward hitching a ride on a larger budget deal if that path becomes available. A one-year extension of the 2008 Farm Bill expired on Oct. 1 along with government funding, leading farmers and consumers alike into a never-never land of no farm policy. This has had an immediate effect on some programs but will become more critical at the first of the year and as winter crops, including wheat, are harvested. NAWG strongly encourages approval of a new, long-term and comprehensive farm bill as soon as possible.

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Jul 357'0 350'0 351'4 -2'0
Sep 363'0 356'0 357'6 -2'2
Dec 373'4 366'6 368'0 -2'0
 
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Jul 937'4 924'6 934'2 8'0
Aug 923'0 913'4 919'2 5'0
Sep 911'4 903'0 907'6 4'4
 
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Jul 489'2 474'4 478'0 -11'6
Sep 494'4 480'0 483'0 -12'2
Dec 508'6 494'6 497'6 -12'4
 
@KW - HARD RED WINTER WHEAT - KCBT
  High Low Last Chg
Jul 511'6 495'6 499'4 -11'4
Sep 521'2 505'2 508'0 -12'2
Dec 538'4 523'0 525'0 -12'4
 
@HE - LEAN HOGS - CME
  High Low Last Chg
Jun 84.925 82.850 83.975 -0.775
Jul 84.800 82.525 83.475 -1.175
Aug 83.975 81.775 82.600 -1.350
 
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME
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Jun 153.925 151.700 152.500 - 1.175
Aug 153.250 151.000 151.525 - 1.475
Oct 154.825 152.875 153.100 - 1.550
 
@GF - FEEDER CATTLE - CME
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Aug 225.500 222.700 223.025 - 2.000
Sep 223.500 221.500 221.825 - 1.575
Oct 221.875 220.200 220.575 - 1.225
 
@IH - HARD RED WINTER WHEAT INDEX - MGE
  High Low Last Chg
May 478'0 -9'0
Jun 483'0 -9'0

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