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Market Watch

2013 Begins With Need For Patience As Market Develops By J. Tyron Spearman Contributing Editor The U.S. peanut industry has been in an over-supply position before and worked out of it. Production of 3.2 million tons is more than anyone predicted, and with the struggling economies at home and abroad, it may take longer to solve this dilemma. The good ... Read More »

One For The Books

Superb growing conditions are expected to serve up record-breaking yields in 2012. By Amanda Huber Peanut Extension specialists can point to very few problems with the 2012 crop. With harvest continuing under mostly favorable conditions, it was obvious the good weather and lack of significant, yield-robbing disease pressure means that warehouses will be busting at the seams from this crop. ... Read More »

Contracting varies from zero acres to 110 percent of last year

BY TYRON SPEARMAN CONTRIBUTING EDITOR Kick off for the new season is just around the corner. Many producers have their plan-of-action in mind, but more than likely, most farmers will be versatile enough to change plans if needed. It is an exciting time for farming, but, after all, farmers tend to be more optimistic this time of the year anyway. ... Read More »