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"eight million acres" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Of that, and we've got Ah lot of families and a lot of friends in pain right now. Today, FBI teams are on scene documenting evidence. Alex Stone. ABC NEWS SAN Jose, Colorado State parks officials continue to see increased visitation and campground reservations. Colorado State parks are record visitation over the past year because we're seeing More people at our parks. We're seeing that increase in trash. We also want our wildlife officers have been working really hard because we want to keep wildlife wild. That means making sure that everyone Around their camp sites is putting their food away. Bridget Cochell with Colorado Parks and Wildlife tells the problem solvers. They were able to manage the number of people at their camp grounds through reservation system. But even those numbers are up. The number of occupied nights from January through April this year was 53,000 compared that to about 31,000 in 2019. Recently passed a bill in Colorado will help expand and upgrade some of those camp grounds to keep up with the demand. But the problem exists outside of state parks to the Bureau of Land Management saw roughly 30% increase in visitation last year across more than eight million acres of public land. We definitely saw more impacts that trailheads restroom facilities areas like that, Stephen Hall says. They're not necessarily running out of space. But he reminds people that camping on public land is often different than organized campgrounds. When you go out into the deal, then you really are experiencing sort of that unconstrained recreation and it can come with a different set of challenges. Know what conditions are where you plan to go and then also know your capabilities before you head out, no matter where you're camping this weekend or this summer, do you research ahead of time and have a backup plan in case that campground or outdoor space that you get to its full? Yeah. May already be too late..
"eight million acres" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"You need Australian officials taking advantage of better weather day three opened some roads are blocked by wildfires and move some people to safety there's still a lot of thick smoke stalling rescue efforts hundreds of people remained stranded fires have ravaged nineteen point more than nineteen point eight million acres that's an area nearly the size of Austria think about that if you took the fires there to and there's flooding going on as well which is certainly ironic if you took the size of the fires in Australia and move them to Austria the entire country of Austria would be on fire the entire country the fires that are burning are the size of fifty New York city's awful racy about four hundred people airlifted yesterday from a coastal town they had planned to airlift another three hundred today but the smoke says that's not going to be possible so far sixty seven thousand people have been left or baby vacuum waited from areas and that's just in the state of Victoria forty thousand cattle and sheep have been killed and I can't even begin to count the wild animals that have died in the government department responsible for coordinating disaster response can't get to work but because of poor air quality just nuts by the way forty one United States firefighters in Victoria another seventy from Canada and the United States are expected to join the fight in Victoria on Wednesday house speaker Nancy Pelosi is moving the one that president trump's moves in the Middle East as tensions continue to escalate with Iran fully on Castro is now throwing its support behind one of his formal rivals Dallas police are investigating the murder of a one year old boy in a target shooting on Sunday and San Antonio police are investigating a shooting at an apartment complex that wounded two teen Sunday morning W. away I news time eight fifty three now traffic and weather together from the W. away I traffic centenary nice way to wonder all down we've cleared both accidents eastbound I. ten at Woodlawn still a bit slow from Hildebrand and westbound I tended wars box that is moving nice again Megan bishop newsradio twelve hundred W. away I this report is sponsored by the exigent Hambro scanner thermometer a brutal cold and flu season is here the number one flu symptom is fever so use a thermometer proven accurate by more than eighty clinical studies we can't always predict the flu season but we can always prepare for with the exception temporal scanner ex Surgeon dot com mostly sunny day seventy five right seventy five hosted AT on Thursday and Friday winter right if this is a winner I hope that we have more of it is also the Bucks on Saturday it's two straight losses he's right there now fourteen and twenty and now and then nine spot in the west Bucks right away with that wind that was twenty six out of their last twenty eight it is our coach coach Murd former spurs assistant but they're like everywhere in the league first by the box again the night this time at home after tonight four straight on the road all against well three of the four against really good teams Boston then Memphis been Carrano and Miami who's been kind of a surprise I don't think anybody expected the heat to be that good now as you probably know this first have not won three games in a row this season since the first three games of the season and unfortunately I hope I'm wrong I don't think it's happening this month as I mentioned Boston Memphis Chrono Miami on the road they then come.
"eight million acres" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"In the forests of the Sierra Nevada because of the recent five year drought and climate change the nearly one hundred fifty million dead trees with more to come could provide the fuel for wildfires that fire experts say burn with a ferocity and behavior unseen until now Victor Dorian reports from Fresno the aftermath of five extremely dry and ever harder years still lingers throughout the Sierra Nevada especially in the southern part of the range where vegetation continues to suffer he Safford as the regional ecologist for the for services Pacific southwest region he says continuing tree mortality is a major concern for land managers that problem continues to exist and indeed as those trees begin to fall to the fourth floor they're going to create some interesting and actually quite extraordinary conditions things that none of us have ever seen before where there are going to be hundreds of thousands of tons of large woody fuels laying on the fourth floor across a huge part of the southern Sierra Nevada severed points out that Sierra forests have grown denser over the past century and a half and more fire prone he cites a recent study that concludes the sheer force of the highest tree mortality rate of any western forests Safford notes that while they pine bark beetles threat has abated in the ponderosa pine forest the further engraver beetle is continuing to take a big toll of white and red for trees he emphasizes the C. R. as a mountain range of under a lot of climate stress right now these were forced it used to be a lot more open a lot less Gadson a lot less water stressed than they are now and after a century of most farming stopped in the system they've picked up by century with the fuel and small trees and trees are not become big trees and a lot of those trees are not very drought tolerant trees things like wait for insincere stuff like that hydrology is another issue during a long dry years trees sucked all the water they could from their surrounding root zone and it wasn't a knock off UC Merced engineering professor Roger bales directs the Sierra Nevada research institute their studies have found that increasingly warmer summers are changing soil conditions he indicates restoration of the Sierra force as we have known them will be an enormous challenge the card of the drying of the soil your it may be challenging to get Connor for recruitment there's no good news seedlings growing past the your first year to two and they develop resistance deeper root systems in areas that are in a lower elevation because we'll be drying out too early in in the in the growing season at the higher elevations my sense is that the recruitment is still occurring because you've got enough wait years to get trees started foresee colleges Hugh Safford warns that conditions are right for wind driven unpredictable wildfires if we end up with that you know it another really dry year we get into a situation where we can't even predict what's going to happen because none of our fire models at least currently are able to even incorporate that level of few loading and I've heard some fire scientists refer to the fact that with this kind of fuel loading you can actually have fires generate their own whether the US Forest Service and National Park Service had now a doctor prescribed fire and tree thinning in areas designated a hazard to the public or infrastructure again Roger bales great are trying to do sending but they can't stand the whole forest any this sixty eight million acres in the Forest Service land alone in need of immediate restoration and with costs coming in at over a thousand dollars an acre to do that restoration that's real money and yeah we don't see Congress or the state of California having that kind of money in the short term scientists are concerned that the warming climate will upset the water balance in the Sierra Nevada it's the equilibrium between the water that trees required a lift and the amount that's available to them in the.
"eight million acres" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"And your financial issues I got Gordon a wild ride yes the day started out with the news the Chinese government and ask you state owned enterprises to suspend imports of US agricultural products after president trump and threatened increased terrorist last week people are familiar with the situation said that China's state run a cultural firms have now stopped buying American farm goods are waiting to see are trade talks progress that initially knock prices down but then the traders attention seems going to production issues a pro farmer survey is planted acres of corn eighty five point eight million acres which is almost six million less than the U. S. being shown in their last report farm futures magazine also came out with their own survey which place planted acres in eighty three and a half million acres and then a boulder the bulls and pushes to a higher close for the day after the close the crop conditions report but the crop at fifty seven percent good to excellent which is down one percent from last week as I record this the overnight spot corn futures are trading a penny Lauren the Chinese news put pressure on soybeans to start off the session but good weekly export inspections of thirty seven point eight million bushels coupled with reports from informal approach farmer and farm futures that all put planted acres right around eighty million acres with the projected national average yield a roughly forty eight and a quarter bushels per acre help to firm up prices after the close the weekly crop progress report plays the bean crop is fifty four percent good to excellent that was unchanged from last week only thirty seven percent are sending pods which is well behind the five year average of sixty three percent from this point on the calendar in the overnight trays by Serbian features up a penny as their record this quick benefited from some crazy stuff going on in the markets yesterday the US Russian fob spread narrowed up which allowed the US to capture some interest in the western hemisphere and in turn pushed futures prices higher the weekly crop progress report the spring wheat crop in seventy three per good to excellent which is three percent from last week the winter wheat crop is eighty two percent harvested well the spring wheat crop and just starting in arms rolling with two percent of that crop in the bin in overnight trade Chicago in Kansas city or three cents more well Minneapolis is down to they had another miserable day is the impact of the trade war with China continues to weigh on it for the session December futures were down ninety four points to close at fifty eight forty eight is yet another new life of contract law was established the crowd conditions report showed a crop that is going backwards in fifty four percent rated good to excellent that was down from sixty one percent just a week ago ninety five percent of the crop in scoring with fifty nine percent setting bowls new overnight trades but future just just a touch firmer trading up sixteen points is our record this website features actually had more positive closes the negative yesterday October live cattle futures finished today forty two and a half cents lower but never feeder cattle were a box seventeen and a half higher October lean hogs features were able to stop their reason bloodbath is they closed the box seventy higher for the session classroom features that another positive date was September futures up two points to settle in seventeen eighty one any overnight trade spot futures are trading an additional five points higher in the cash market choice boxes were three cents lower.
"eight million acres" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Acres and whether challenges continue to swirl about the market, Prevot analysts informer released their latest planet acres estimate yesterday, and they're picking plant today for the year at eighty four point eight million acres. If we pull the US planet acres number on Tuesday, supply, and demand report and substitute, the informative Brits place, we'll leave all of the other substance unchanged. We would see the harvested acres decreases. Seventy seven point eight million. This would then give us a total production number this fall of twelve point nine one five billion bushels Ed in the carry end of two point one nine five billion. We get a total supply. This fall fifteen point one. One billion bushels of corn. Now, the USDA is rejecting total demand for this fall or this year at fourteen point two five. Bushels which would leave us with a projected carry out at the end of the two thousand nineteen twenty marketing year eight hundred sixty million bushels now Tuesday's report, projecting a carry out of one point six seven five billion bushels. And of course, the may production was projection of two point four eight five billion bushels, it looks as, if we have a potential for another dramatic decrease in to carry out, of course, it's going to remain friendly for prices, now the reason bullies price activity weekly export sales numbers came in at six point six million bushels in yesterday's report, which was an increase from last week as I record this overnight spot corn, futures trading up and additional nickel, the bean market on support from the continuing. What forecasts but for the most part being complex, rode the coattails of the corn market yesterday, although being planting late with corn planting all, but wrapped up in many areas producers have been able to dedicate more time to getting beans ground where they're able to it is worth noting university of Illinois research indicates. Serbian plantings after June tenth Lee almost the twenty percent loss expected for soybean yields even though we're getting some bushels acres planted. We're going to see some yield drag those acres weekly export sales were down from last week at nine point four million bushels, the overnight trades in futures trading up three cents. We've spreading between three classes continues to be the main focus.
"eight million acres" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Adjustment. But I think that's all the further. We have data to show right now is down to one six six, they did reduce acreage by three million, and that was a surprise as well. Not that not the number self, but that they would reduce acreage staff, far this soon. I think the market's expecting more yield reductions, and acreage reductions as we go, but the that probably will not happen in June. Twenty eighth report since that was an early June survey when farmers still intended on planning in on soybeans no adjustments at all other than to cut old crop exports. That was justified. There may be more cuts in old crop exports before we go, and I think we'll see some significant cuts new crop exports as well. That was kind of the dominant feature early until the weather forecast turned wet. And we thought, well, maybe the weather will take care of our. Surplus supplies the soybeans looking toward Mondays planning progress report and condition report. What are your expectations? Well, that's always a little bit tricky this time of year when talks about progress, because the question surveyors asked of intended acres. What percent is planted in intentions change as farmers give up planting those intentions change. But overall what we're looking for right now is about ninety one percent planning, and with the door shutting that would suggest that overall. We'd be looking at nationally seven and a half to eight million acres. Not getting planted in that doesn't include failed acres, which tend to be added on top of that in a year like this on soybeans right now. I'm looking at and this may change by Monday right now looking at about seventy eight percent plan of which it still leave about seventeen point eight million acres of the original intended acres still on. Planted as a said, there's a little bit of time. But that windows closing with this forecast. Some have indicated there might be ten million on planted corn acres. You're, you're not of that school, just yet. I think it's possible, but a USDA typically traditionally under reports prevent plant acres, and be I don't have the data to support as I talked to our offices, which we have people working in nearly every state, and I tell you, okay, what do you think gone unplanted? What do you think will not get planted that type of thing, and I add it all up? I come up with that seven I come up with seven point six million acres. And then I go with the external states that aren't involved in, in the main production states and they had into doubt another half million or so to that. So I just can't get to that ten million with hard data. We haven't yet seen the funds just pile into the market and run the prices up our we're getting closer getting closer from the standpoint, I think USDA woke them up a little bit. They've always been to this point, as we talked to them of the attitude the farmer's going to get it done. And the crop is gonna come and I understand the farmers done a good job. Convincing them that was past history. But these are unprecedented times so that kinda got their attention, but they're still have trouble really wrapping their arms around how to treat a wet year, and that's typical because rain, makes grain until rain doesn't make grain like we saw in nineteen Ninety-three now what I keep hearing as well. But the genetics are so much better this year. That corn plant is a factory taking sunshine water nutrients, and converting it into starches, no matter how good a technology you have inside of that factory. If it's set down for six to eight weeks, it's still has trouble reaching full production. And that's what we've done with this late planning as we shut it down. Plus, what some of the planning conditions we had, we don't have the stand counter the populations we need to really produce the crop finally on, as we look at these last few days of June ahead of us here, right? Into that early, July period is story. This has been such a crucial time and the production of the crops and ultimately the prices that are. Set, I guess it's dangerous to judge this year by any other that we've seen, but, how would you put it in perspective of what's going to take place here over the next month or so? I really think weather forecasts, and perceptions about planted acreage is going to be key. I wouldn't be surprised if for corn. Crop ratings actually see a bump at some point is the crop is able to put down some roots into the nitrogen catch up with the nitrogen that's been leaching lower, and we may see a bump in the ratings before they fall to new lows by harvest time. So I think that again, is going to add some confusion to the market. So I think we're going to see some big price wings up and down. That's going to be frustrating to farmers as the market tries to get a grasp on how much rationing has to occur. Thanks harlan. Probably offices have I n t l f c stone, aren't unsuitable. Always interesting. We've visited with Arlen many times over the past few years. He always has some interesting views on where these markets are going. But that's a complicated situation this year with the weather that we constantly talk about well match. Don't go too far away, because we want to check in on the weekly report from the a as FM when we continue here on the Saturday morning show. Windows doors leaking basements. That needed to be replaced kit, months. Messing up your yard..
"eight million acres" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Greg. How guard financial issues? Update corn traded both sides of the market yesterday is we saw position scoring ahead of today's USDA report and drier, weather, which allowed for increased planting progress over the weekend after the close the crop progress reports showed the corn crop at Eighty-three percent planet versus the five year average of ninety nine percents, then means that there are so roughly fifteen point eight million acres that have not been planted sixty two percent of the crop has emerged, which trails, the five year average of ninety three percent and fifty nine percent of the crop is rated as good to excellent, which was a larger number than the trade was looking for. But badly legs, the five year average of seventy seven percent in that category, as I record, this, the overnight spot corn, futures trading four cents lower. So prices opened lower yesterday increased planting progress over the weekend, and then turned higher on position evening ahead of todays USDA report after the call. Is it was reported that sixty percent of the soybean crop has been planted, which means that, there are still thirty three point eight million acres to get planted of the crop that has been planted thirty four percent has emerged, which badly legs, the five-year average, which is seventy three percent emergence rate at this point in the year in the overnight trade spots in futures are trading down a nickel. We'd get some support over concerns of dryness in the black series. And with more heat in store for Russia over the next couple of weeks, this could become a bigger issue here in the US. There's some concerns about the quality of the winter we'd from too much rain in some areas after the close. The crop progress report indicated that ninety seven percent of the spring wheat has been planted with eighty five percent emerged this spring wheat crop is rated as Eighty-one percent. Good to excellent, which is down two percent from last week. The winter wheat crop was seen as eighty three percent headed with four percent. Already having been harvested winter, wheat conditions are unchanged from last week and sixty four percent. Good tags lent. And you overnight trade Chicago is six cents. Lower will Kansas City is done. Nine in Minneapolis is trading. Three says Lord cotton futures were touched higher yesterday with July futures up forty points to close the sixty five ninety nine after the close. The crop progress report showed the seventy five percent of the cotton crop was planted was legs, the five year average of eighty seven percent eleven percent of the crop is now scoring which is also exactly where the five year. Average is at the overnight trays spot. Futures are trading eighteen points. Higher livestock futures did a complete flip flop of Friday's. They closed higher straight across the board yesterday. August live cattle were three dollars higher for the session. August. Feeder cattle finished the today up two dollars fifty seven and a half cents lean. Hard futures enjoyed a good session, as well after closing three dollars lower on Friday. August. Lean hog futures snapback nicely, as they finish today up two dollars twenty two and a half cents classroom. Future Instagram, selves a little bit higher again yesterday for the sessions live futures were up seven points is they said his sixteen seventy one in the overnight trades five futures trading up and additional two points in the cash markets choice, b boxes for sixty five cents lower to settle a two twenty one sixty six well, selects robuck eighty seven higher today as they settle at two hundred seventy nine in hogs. The pork carcass guy used finish ninety eight cents higher loud at eighty four dollars six cents. This has been Craig Hoggard your financial issues update. We'll be right back with more financial issues after this. Let's say you just bought a house, bad news. You're one step closer to becoming your parents. Which.
"eight million acres" Discussed on WGN Radio
"About that. Lauren up and down day on Wall Street. Here's Eric rung. Yeah, we're down right now. Steve, the Dow is down eighteen points. Nasdaq down nine the S and P five hundred is down to and here's orient Samuelson with the days agribusiness headlines and a couple of big reports today from the US department of agriculture that shaking up could just a little bit. First of all planted, acres of soybeans eighty four point six million acres that's down from eighty nine point two million last year and USDA said abandoned acres for soybeans, what hit eight hundred thousand and the per acre yield would come in at forty nine point five bushels, that would be down from fifty one point six bushels last year. Corn. Planted acres. Eighty nine point eight million acres down from ninety two point eight in may abandon acres for corn seven point four million. And that's the same as a week ago or a month ago. But the yield per acre, one hundred sixty six bushels, that's down from one hundred seventy six bushels in the may report down from one hundred seventy six point four bushels last year and taking a look at the stocks report, they have also said that we'll be looking at some lower stocks of corn corn, harvest will fall to a four year, low of thirteen billion six hundred eighty million bushels, that's based on the average hield of one hundred sixty six bushels per acre. The cut coming into corn production. Because of the heavy wet rains, this spring, that forced growers to cut acreage and 'cause planting delays that really threatened the size of the harvest when we get to it in full time. So I always like to, quote, some of the statements from the analysts who reacted to this. And Mike is Zillow president of global commodity analytic said this report is telling the market to buy corn and sell beans. But I expect this is just the beginning. I think we'll see you west STA get out, at least one more reduction for corn. If not more given all the weather issues, and the USDA another analyst said, Dead Sea pred said rip the band aid off by lowering corn yields by ten bushels, per acre, and then lowering acreage as. Well, the USDA verifying a lot of our fares. That's your money on seven twenty WGN. Thanks orange Samuelson. Steve Bertrand.
"eight million acres" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Daugaard financial issues update corn traded both sides of the market yesterday is we saw position scoring ahead of today's USDA report and drier, weather, which allowed for increased planting progress over the weekend. After the close the crop progress reports showed the corn crop at Eighty-three percent. Planted versus the five year average of ninety nine percents, then means that there are so roughly fifteen point eight million acres that have not been planted sixty two percent of the crop emerged, which trails, the five year average of ninety three percent in fifty nine percent of the crop is rated as good to excellent, which was the larger number than the trade was looking for. But badly legs, the five year average of seventy seven percents in that category, as I record, this, the overnight spot corn, futures trading four cents lower. So mean prices opened Laurie has increased planting progress over the weekend, and then turn higher on position evening ahead of todays USDA report after the call. Is it was reported that sixty percent of the soybean crop has been planted, which means that, there are still thirty three point eight million acres to get planted of the crop that has been planted thirty four percent has emerged, which badly legs, the five-year average, which is seventy three percent emergency rate at this point in the year in the overnight trade spots futures trading down a nickel we'd got some support over concerns of dryness in the black series with more heat in store for Russia. Over the next couple of weeks. This could become a bigger issue here in the US. There is some concerns about the quality of the winter, we'd from too much rain in some areas after the close. The crop progress report indicated that ninety seven percent of the spring wheat has been planted with eighty five percent emerged this spring wheat. Rob is rated as eighty one percent. Good to excellent. Which is down two percent from last week, the winter wheat crop was seen as eighty three percent headed with four percent having been harvested winter. We'd conditions are unchanged from last week. It's sixty four percent. Good tax lint and you overnight trades Chicago's six cents lower. Will Kansas City is done. Nine in Minneapolis is trading three cents lowered. Cotton futures were touch higher yesterday with July futures up forty points to close sixty five ninety nine after the close the crop progress reports showed the seventy five percent of the cotton crop is planted, which legs, the five year average of eighty seven percent eleven percent of the crop is now scoring which is also exactly where the five year. Average is that in the overnight trae spot futures trading eighteen points. Higher livestock futures did a complete flip flop of fried is closed higher straight across the board yesterday. August live cattle were three dollars higher for the session August. Feeder cattle finish today up two dollars fifty seven and a half cents lean hog futures enjoyed a good session as well after closing three dollars lower on Friday. August lean hog futures snapback nicely. Is they finished the day up two dollars twenty two and a half cents classroom milk futures inch themselves a little bit higher again yesterday for the session, July futures are up seven points is they settle at sixteen seventy one in the overnight trades fought futures trading up and additional two points in the cash markets choice, b boxes were sixty five cents lower to settle a two twenty one sixty six well, so extra buck eighty seven higher today as they settle it to seventy nine. In hogs deport carcass values finish ninety eight cents higher Zeus. Unloaded eighty four dollars six cents. This has been Craig Hoggard your financial issues update. We'll be right back with more financial issues after this. The journal is the.
"eight million acres" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"This is Craig Hoggard with your financial issues update. I wish that Friday's USDA reported, but an early April Fool's joke. But unfortunately, it was real as was the damage that it caused the markets corn prices dropped faster than a fat, man. An elevator shaft is US place. Perspective plannings of ninety two point eight million acres. Well quarterly stocks replaced at eight point six billion bushels both numbers were larger than the average estimate of the funds were short coming into the report. And it looks as if they sold an additional forty five thousand contracts on Friday. The bottom line is the farmers on Friday lies thirty dollars per acre on any new crop corn wasn't hedge. It was a tough day as I record. This you overnight. Spot corn futures are trading two cents higher beams that are quieter day than corn. But still finished the day, lower, the planning intentions of eighty four point six million acres. We're actually bullying, but the large quarterly stocks of over two point seven billion bushels overshadow this overnight. Trade spot. Features are trading up two cents on Friday. Not Donata sharply is corn. US bullish perspective. Plantings report a forty five point eight million acres was heavily outweighed by the high quarterly ending stocks. And we who was interesting to note this spring, we'd acres repegged at twelve point eight million acres versus the trade estimate of thirteen point four million stocks came in at one billion five hundred ninety one million bushels, which is forty million bushels more than the average estimate. The weekly National Crop conditions. Ratings will start this afternoon. So be interesting to see how the conditions of the crop up. There is being perceived in the overnights rates, Chicago is to censor. Well, Kansas City is up a half cent in Minneapolis is trading. Unchanged. May cotton futures turned in a great performance on Friday as they finished the session up one hundred seventy four points closing at seventy seven sixty one in large part. This was due to the perspective plantings report, which put cotton acres of thirteen point eight million acres now with six hundred thousand eight. Acres less than the average straight estimate. Livestock futures were lower straight across the board on Friday for the session June. Live cattle were sixty two and a half cents lower. May feeder cattle finish down ninety cents may lean hogs down two dollars and thirty five cents. Although it's been a couple of days since we've had much talk about China, and the African swine fever. Reuters did have a story out on Friday indicated that forty one percent of the breeding pigs in a major hog producing region of China hasn't been wiped out as a result of the disease. I doubt if we've seen the last impact of the Chinese situation the hard market yet. Clause three milk futures Etta lethargic session with future is closing down. A point if fifteen forty eight and in the overnight trade fair trading on.
"eight million acres" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Still over strength from the wheat market yesterday. Praises drew additional support from ideas that we're gonna have some delayed corn plantings this year. As a result of all, the snow and rain across the corn belt was USC projected plantings report coming out March twenty ninth. We're seeing private analysts started to make their projections. And yesterday was informers turn estimate the planet acres to this spring. They placed projected corn plantings at ninety one point eight million acres. Oh is that record? This you overnights. Fried corn futures are trading penny. Laura. The Serbian market traded higher on the idea that was really oversold. It also benefited from informers projected, pundits acres number of eighty five and a half million acres gains were limited on uncertainty over the fate of the US Chinese trade war situation in the overnight traced by slipping a bit in trading down two cents is record. This was the fair haired child yesterday's finished the session sharply higher mainly driven by short covering and bargain. Buying Israeli comes on the heels of the may two thousand nineteen weeks inches hitting new life of contract loads on Monday. On monday. We also saw the continuation chart notch fourteen months. Lows funds are estimated to be short somewhere in the neighborhood of ninety five thousand contracts, which certainly sets the stage nicely frigate short-covering rallying from a fundamental perspective. However, nothing has really changed so rallies, they're likely to be capped to some degree by large global stocks and stiff competition for US exports informs projecting that all Greenacres this year will come in at forty six point seven million acres in the overnight trade. We see the boom off the roads already. It seems like we Chicago in Kansas City. Both seven says Minneapolis is trading down three cotton futures at a very solid performance with the may futures up one hundred and sixty five points because it seventy four eighty five looking at the charts. I would expect the may futures to run into some resistance in that seventy six dollar level. So it could get really interesting if we can get a decisive close above that level informers projecting that America's cotton farmers are gonna play fourteen point seven million acres this year. In the overnight trade spot futures are trading up twenty five points for the second consecutive day this week yesterday. So I- cattle teachers lower and hard teachers hired for the session, April. Live cattle futures closed down two dollars and thirty five cents April. Feeder cattle over one dollars fifty seven and a half cents, lower April, lean hogs posted another positive closes. They're up eighty cents for the day class three milk futures at a Pasi coating with April futures up eighteen points to settle at fourteen ninety eight overnight traders slipping just a little bit down three points.
"eight million acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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Report: 2018 Was California's Worst Year for Wildfires
"A new report on wildfires shows one St. is dominating the data. You would say Chris Barnes reports. California had the worst wildfire year, then he stayed in the nation in two thousand eighteen and it was the worst wildfire year in California state history as well, that's according to the annual wildland fires summary by the federal government's National Interagency coordination center. So one point eight million acres burned in California approximately twenty three thousand structures destroyed and that includes the deadliest wildfire in California history as the campfire killed eighty five people
"eight million acres" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"And here's USA's Chris Barnes with more California had the worst wildfire year, then he stayed in the nation in two thousand eighteen and it was the worst wildfire year in California's history is well, that's according to the annual wildland fire summary by the federal government's National Interagency coordination center at some one point eight million acres burned in California approximately twenty three thousand structures destroyed and that includes the deadliest wildfire in California history as the campfire killed eighty five people for USA radio news. I'm Chris Barnes. Former HUD secretary and twenty twenty presidential candidate Julio Castro on CNN state of the union talks about his take on the policy that separated immigrant families at the border under international law US laws. Somebody has a right to present himself or herself at the border at the seek asylum. You'll remember that last year. The administrations said that they were taking little children away from their parents because they wanted to deter other families from coming to the United States. They said that if we were to just take these little children away from their families that that would show all of these other families in Central America that they shouldn't come to the United States Castro says, the US needs to engage countries like Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador and to help them find safety there. So they don't have to knock on our door for USA radio news. I'm Rick, Vincent. Nobody wants to get ripped off broken into or rock, but nobody wants to pay a lot of money can have their whole protected either..
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"And the news the Chattan made by thirty million dollars worth of USA products. Yesterday was also the first day of USDA outlook for him, and they released an estimate that in two thousand nineteen twenty America's farmers plant ninety two million acres of corn. Now spite of yesterday's friendly news. The March corn futures remain trapped in a trading range. It'll be interesting to see if we can break out of that range in the near future. The overnight trade spot corn futures are trading. One cent higher soybean market bounce tire yesterday recovering from Wednesday's losses. As talk of China looking to possibly by digital US. Soybeans got traders excited prices garnered additional support from the USDA outlook forum where they announced the dick specked soybean acreage in the United States to be down four million acres less than last year. Grain exchange just taking the Argentinians soybean crop at fifty three million metric tons of production. Into crap is looking pretty good is it's rated eighty seven percent. Good to excellent. So that may weigh on this market as we move forward in overnight trades soybean futures are trading up a penny yesterday saw the wheat market bounced off of Wednesday's laws on technical buying and strengthen the corn and bean markets. Forums estimating that this year? All we'd acres in the United States will come in and forty seven million acres planted and compares the forty seven point eight million acres of we planted last year from a world production, perspective, international grants, console. Big the two thousand eighteen nineteen world wheat production is seven hundred thirty five million metric tonnes don't to millions from their previous estimate, you overnight trade Chicago is unchanged. Kansas City is a penny higher in Minneapolis does up two cents. Cotton futures benefited from the Chinese optimism yesterday was March churches closing up one hundred ninety one points, seventy two nineteen overnight trades pod. Cotton futures are trading up but additional eighty points for livestock market was split yesterday. After getting beat hard for a couple of sessions, lean hard futures were stronger. Well, cattle shooters lost ground for the session. April lean hogs closed up two dollars and ninety seven and a half cents to settle at fifty five ninety five April live cattle were sixty cents. Floor for the name well, March feeder cattle closed down sixty five cents March classroom milk future. Certain in a good session as they closed up twelve points to settle a fourteen.
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"Eleven o'clock central. We'll get what maybe the most eagerly anticipated USDA report in modern history corn futures closed down three to four cents yesterday. Is disappointing exports for the final week of December and lack of progress being made on the trade deal weighed on most egg commodities heading into today's report. The every trade guests is December one corn? Stocks will come in at twelve point nine billion bushels. Well, the US carry out is expected to be one point seven zero eight billion bushels versus the December number of one point seven eight one South American numbers will also be released with the trade estimating Brazil at ninety three point four million metric tons but placing Argentina at forty three point one billion metric the expect is that Brazil's crop will shrink tina's crop is expected to get a big bigger. We'll see what today brings. But the expectation is. With all the data being dumped on the market. We will see a few fireworks overnight trays fide corn futures are trading up two cents. Yesterday was the first lower closed for soybean futures this week the sell off was prompted by renewed concerns that the US China trade war will drag ups for the foreseeable future despite a US delegation heading to Beijing next week reports the President Trump and the Chinese prisoner unlikely to meet prior to the March one deadline hampered optimism that a new deal was on the horizon. Today's USDA report will hopefully give the market a sense of direction. The average estimate for USA beans is nine hundred and twenty six million bushels done roughly thirty million bushels from the last update back in December December one Serbian stocks are estimated to be three point seven four billion bushels other note worthy numbers will be the South American production. Estimates Brazil's crops expected to come in at one hundred seventeen million metric tons would. You be down five million metric tons from the December report, but still above some private are. That are seeing a number closer to one hundred twelve to one hundred and fifteen Argentina's estimated to be at fifty five point one million metric tonnes overnight. Trace futures are trading two cents higher. We are too hard. So often the wheat market yesterday ahead of today's USA report fun short-covering seemed to be the major reason for the break, Chicago prices sell blow the ten fifty day moving average is the long long wait for USDA. Winter. We planted acres will be coming out today. This is one of the most difficult years in which the estimate the planting sweater real difficult web fall across much of the wheat areas. The all winter wheat average guests is that they're going to be thirty two point one two eight million acres of winter, we planted versus thirty two point five three five million acres a year ago. The USDA will also give us the December first stocks report, which the trade is estimated at one point nine five seven billion bushels which be of a bid from the one point seven eight seven three posted a year ago. The two thousand eighteen nineteen Kyrie out is estimated at nine hundred eighty nine million bushels in had again, it'd be up from the nine hundred and seventy four million estimated the December USDA report over nitrates Chicago's up two and a half cents. Kansas City is treating opinion half firewall, Minneapolis is unchanged. Cotton was on a defensive yesterday with March futures closing down eighty-five points settling at seventy to eighty one in the overnight trade spot. Cotton futures are trading twenty points, higher livestock futures continued to struggle April..
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"The average trade guests is December one corn? Stocks will come in at twelve point nine billion bushels while the US carry out is expected to be one point seven zero eight billion bushels versus the December number of one point seven eight one South American numbers will also be released with the trade estimating Brazil at ninety three point four million metric tons but placing Argentina forty three point one billion metric, the expectation is that Brazil's crop will shrink logic tina's. Crop is expected to get a big bigger, bro. See what today brings? But the expectation is with. All the data big dumped on the market. We will see a few fireworks. Rene trade. Spot corn futures are trading up two cents. Yesterday was the first lower closed for soybean futures this week the sell off was prompted by renewed concerns that the U S China trade war will drag out for the foreseeable future. Despite a US delegation heading to Beijing next week reports, the President Trump and the Chinese prisoner unlikely to meet prior to the March one deadline hampered optimism that a new deal was on the horizon. Today's USDA report will hopefully give the market a sense direction. The average curiosity for US. Soybeans is nine hundred and twenty six million bushels done roughly thirty million bushels from the last update back in December December one soybean stocks are estimated to be three point seven four billion bushels other note worthy numbers will be the South American production. Estimates Brazil's crop is expected to come in at one hundred seventeen million metric times, which would be down five million metric tons from the December report, but still above some private estimates. That are seeing a number closer to one hundred twelve to one hundred and fifteen. Argentina's estimated to be at fifty five point one million metric tonnes overnight, raise funds. Soybean futures are trading two cents higher. We are too hard. So often the wheat market Yechury ahead of today's USDA report, fun short-covering seemed to be the major reason for the break is Chicago praises tell blow the fifty day moving average is the long long wait for USDA. What are we planted acres will be coming out today? This is one of the most difficult years in which to estimate the planting a real difficult. Wet fall across much of the weed areas. The all winter wheat average guest is going to be thirty two point one two eight million acres of winter, we planted versus thirty two point five three five million acres a year ago. The USDA will also give us the December first stocks report, which the trade is estimated at one point nine five seven billion bushels should be able to bid for the one point eight seven three posted a year ago. The two thousand eighteen nineteen carry out is estimated nine hundred eighty nine. Nine million bushels. And again, it'd be up from the nine hundred seventy four million estimated the December USDA report over nitrates Chicago's up two and a half cents. Kansas City is treating opinion and a half firewall, Minneapolis is unchanged. Cotton was on the defensive with March futures closing down. Eighty-five points settling at seventy to eighty one in the overnight trade spot and futures are trading twenty points, higher livestock futures continued to struggle April..
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"Part of your weekend. You're tuned into Tennessee matters. I'm Robert want. It's the beginning of the year. And we're coming up on spring and lots of things happen in the spring indoors and outdoors. And it's part of what we're talking about where the guest who is joining us in the studio today, he is the forest stewardship program specialists for the Tennessee department of forestry at Brian Hewitt, Brian good morning to you. Thanks for joining us. Good morning. Glad to be here. Yeah. First of all, I get everything. Right. There is where the Tennessee division of for division of forest close. Then getting most of the words a little bit about what the department does. Okay. So the Tennessee division of forestry where the largest division within the department of agriculture loosely were broken up into several program areas. The largest responsibility that falls on the shoulders, Tennessee division of forestry is going to be wildland fire suppression. So were they were the agency responsible for putting out all within the state of Tennessee? That's the word. The majority of our personnel are focused on that effort. So. We came on the air. You're telling me, some some some fun facts about the division that I certainly would not have known particularly just what kind of impact as far as the state of Tennessee both from a physical standpoint. And an economical standpoint how prevalent it really is. Right. Right. So so forest land in the state of Tennessee. It's it's roughly thirteen point eight million acres. It's fifty two percent of the state of Tennessee by by land areas forest land and eighty six percent of that is owned by private non-industrial force landowners, and as far as the forestry industry, then in this state. We're talking some pretty big bucks as far as the annual economic impact. Right. So so the forest the forest industry in the state of Tennessee contributes about twenty two twenty three billion dollars to the state's economy every year. So it is clearly a big part of what goes on. On in the rocky top state, and and and you mentioned some of the different divisions and things that happen. On a regular basis. And you know, we were also chatting on the air that this is I guess maybe whether it's just me or maybe there's some others that would feel like they're in the same boat. This is a topic that perhaps even though I get the benefit of a visiting with experts on these types of subjects sometimes there are some topics that only come up whenever there's a crisis involved, right, right? And I harken back to just what about fifteen months ago with the fires at took place in east, Tennessee. And and obviously, that's sort of the spotlight is it's not a good reason. But it's it's on your department because of what's going on understandable as far as like when you run into conversations of people wondering what the the division does. Absolutely. So when it comes to wildland fire suppression. That's that's usually not in the forefront of most people's minds. Until it until it's forced to be there. Like with the two thousand sixteen wildland fire season, you know, a period of very prolonged period of drought and. A lot of wildland urban interface in terms of forest land got involved in wildland fire. When you mentioned the suppression of fires how much of what we're talking about. Obviously, I would think one hundred percent of it of any. Of any type of crisis that is happening at the time managing that putting out that fire one hundred percent of that is is what you guys do. How much of the effort involved? There is the prevention of these types of incidents, right? So fire fire prevention is a is an ongoing effort year round. So we do anything from smokey bear programs for school kids all the way to a fire wise community program, so working with these communities that are right on the edge of that wildland urban interface where the forest is right there kind of coming into the community working with them to make sure that they're. You know, they're controlling that brush and their their homes and structures in the in the communities are are ready and defendable in the case that a wildland fire would encourage has that as far as those steps that are involved there, you mentioned even just the different programs for different ages. You're gonna talk about kids and awareness. You're talking about homeowners. And and just making sure that they have the information and resources they need to. I mean, this is one of the things we all got to be a part of right? And that's that's part of what happens in your goal to make sure that all of these messages are out there. How much does that changed over the years? I mean, obviously, I remember smokey the bear when I was a kid too. But have we learned more over the years about what you guys do? I think I think a lot of the principles are the same when it comes to making sure that these at you're ready for win wildland fire occurs. In your in your area. I think I think the changes have really come with that increase in the wildland urban interface. So as our, you know, ours our communities spread out, you know, from city centres, more more and more into rural areas. Those kind of traditional large landholdings where someone's engaged in agriculture and forest management. That's changed to be more residential gonna bet intermixing between rural and urban that that comes with a unique set of challenges there. So just making sure that people are aware about heaven defensible space around their homes, if they're in a fire prone area, making sure they're having non combustible materials outside of their home and control, and controlling the brush that would carry fire into that into that area. See as you're describing that to in my mind. I guess the expansion right of of urban areas into what were rural areas or the the the hybrid in between. One of the things that I would think is an issue as some of these unnatural settings get moved into natural settings is soil erosion is that a huge deal. I would say that anytime you're anytime, you're dealing with new construction out there, and you're disturbance, an existing vegetation that especially on steeper slopes or highly credible soils. That's that's definitely a concern. How much does that is that something that that impacts the I guess the the danger of fires in areas? Just with regard to the fact that you may have some. The conditions for vegetation are different. Right. I mean as far as what what's there? Right. So when it comes to dangers, wildland fire and soil erosion specifically. You could say that given the timing of the year where we have wildland fire, you can burn up some under story plants, and under story, grasses and expose some bare mineral soils, and then you know, we got a lot of heavy rain and rain before things have a chance to leave back out, you could have increased soil erosion, it's not nearly to the extent of some of the western soils where the fires are so intense that it ulcers the soil structure in a way that it can no longer water can percolate through that solo surface. We don't have we don't necessarily have that intensive of this is how good Brian is. He we didn't even talk about this party. I grew up in Washington state, and that's the I'm falling back on. My cub scout knowledge as far as some of the things that I learned, you know, when we went out to the forest and and learning about, you know, just how nature works, and that's that's one of the things that was that was definitely a danger. But it wasn't too far off topic still still along the along the lines. Okay. That's that's good to know. Isn't that? That far off if you're just joining us. Brian Hewitt is our guest. He's the forest stewardship program specialist with the Tennessee division.