2 edition of Economic relationships of U.S. sorghum demand and price found in the catalog.
Economic relationships of U.S. sorghum demand and price
Warren R. Grant
1984 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, National Economics Division in Washington, D.C .
Written in English
|Other titles||Economic relationships of US sorghum demand and price.|
|Statement||Warren R. Grant, Roger L. Hoskin.|
|Series||Staff report -- no. AGES 831220., ERS staff report -- no. AGES 831220.|
|Contributions||Hoskin, Roger L., United States. Dept. of Agriculture. National Economics Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
Economic theory says that the price of something will tend toward a point where the quantity demanded is equal to the quantity supplied. This price is known as the market-clearing price, because it “clears away” any excess supply or excess demand. Market clearing is based on the famous law of supply and demand. As the price of a good goes. In the U.S., sorghum is grown in 14 states, with Kansas and Texas historically ranking as the top two production states. But the crop has had a tough row to hoe. "Government spending has become so extensive that it contributes to the economic problems it was designed to cure. More government intervention in the economy cannot possibly be a solution to our economic problems." —Ronald Reagan, White House Report on the Program for Economic Recovery,
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INTERNATIONAL demand for sorghum is on the up, with China’s increased appetite for feed grain one of the key factors according to a senior grains executive at Toepfer International. Speaking at last month’s Global Grains Asia conference in Singapore, Pablo Altuna, senior grains manager with Toepfer, based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, said increased Chinese demand [ ].
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The rising demand for sorghum market encapsulates many factors. Sorghum is widely used as an alternative sweetener for alcoholic beverages. It has a variety of applications in fencing, pet food, floral arrangements, building material, fencing, etc. International, domestic sorghum demand remain high; meeting this rising demand means growing sorghum on more acres.
Sorghum saw a surge in acres last year – an increase of about % nationally, largely driven by the market in China. While most of those acres are in the traditional parts of the Sorghum Belt on the High [ ].
dryland grain sorghum is $/acre compared to dryland corn at $ and soybeans at $/acre. Comparing net returns over variable costs, grain sorghum at bushels/acre and a harvest price of $ has a $/acre greater net return compared to dry land corn at bushels/acre at $/bushel.
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The graphic below shows in sorghum basis in two key Plains locations, and it’s clear the market needs supply from the farmer. In pockets of the Plains, sorghum flat prices are at parity with or above corn prices, and ARC expects that further strength lies ahead.
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Sorghum, which has competed with corn as a primary livestock feed, yielded only bushels per acres incompared to bushels per acre. Sorghum is grown in Kansas, Texas, Colorado and Oklahoma, and is now farmed chiefly for export to China — a market that opened in after China limited imports of genetically modified U.S.
A team representing the next generation of Chinese buyers of U.S. sorghum is traveled through Texas and Kansas recently to gain a better understanding of this year’s sorghum crop conditions. Perhaps this, and reduced market price for sorghum have resulted in the decline of area under sorghum cultivation (refer Module 2).
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A fold increase in imports of U.S. sorghum by China over the past year has pushed its price above corn’s in parts of the U.S., a rarity that highlights how policy shifts by Beijing can have a.
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U.S. production of sorghum rose nearly 40 percent in the /16 season to million tonnes, but with Chinese demand slowing, the USDA forecasts a 17 percent fall in exports.a. there is a positive relationship between price and quantity demanded b. price is the only factor that influences the quantity that people are willing and able to buy c.
price and quantity demanded are inversely related d. the demand curve shifts whenever the price of a good changes e. by producing a product, firms create a demand for it.The Economic Benefits of Forage Sorghum Silage as an Alternative Crop B ecause of rising energy costs and the need for water conservation, Texas agricultural produc-ers are looking for more efficient methods of using water in crop production.
Extension special-ists investigated the production, water use, quality,File Size: 1MB.