Feed Grain Outlook

  • March 10, 2023 – Few changes to the supply and demand balance sheets for corn in the March WASDE. Corn exports were reduced by 75 million bushels raising ending stocks a like amount. No changes were made to the supply and demand estimates for sorghum.
  • March 3, 2023 – Crop conditions are mixed in South America with hot and dry weather taking a toll on the early planted corn crop in Argentina. Conditions in Brazil are mostly favorable. Production estimates from this region will be a closely watched feature of next week’s WASDE.
  • February 24, 2023 – The Corn Outlook table presented at USDA’s Ag Outlook Forum calls for an increase in acres, higher yields, and an increase in ending stocks. The projected cash price of corn is down $1.10 per bushel compared to 2022/23 at $5.60.
  • February 17, 2023 – Corn and grain sorghum exports have picked up the pace the last few weeks working towards their marketing year targets. Gasoline demand continues to run about 5% below last year; ethanol production is down about 4%.


Mark Welch
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Economist

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