Agricultural Economics Department

 

Date of this Version

9-2-1998

Citation

Cornhusker Economics, September 2, 1998, agecon.unl.edu/cornhuskereconomics

Comments

Copyright 1998 University of Nebraska.

Abstract

Promise of a good crop and low prices at harvest has increased the interest in storage. Many elevators are requiring that 20% or more of the grain be sold upon delivery or be placed under a deferred pricing contract so they can move the grain. Commercial storage rates are expected to be 2½ to 3 cents or more per bushel where available. Farm storage rental charges may approach commercial rates.

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