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TAMU: Prices strong as growing conditions improve for grain producers

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Circumstances are improving for Texas grain producers as spring plantings get underway in southern parts of the state, according to a Texas A&M University AgriLife Extension Service expert.

Dr. Mark Welch, AgriLife Extension grain market economist, Bryan-College Station, said strong grain prices, improving planting conditions and lower input costs are likely to encourage producers going into the season.

Welch said soil moisture conditions have improved across much of the state. Some areas in Central Texas, the South Plains, Rolling Plains and Panhandle remained severely to exceptionally dry, but widespread rains have improved conditions for. . .

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