Probably be offset by a -$3 basis in Kansas hrw next year with all the acres that are getting planted out there... mine should be up in the next couple of days, 1/2 from seeing the sun now and just got a 1/4 shower this evening.
Lots of problems with wheat getting planted east of the Mississippi river due to moisture delayed harvest, and more rain in the forecast
Have you ever heard of a grain milling facility in Iowa that produces Organic wheat gluten? I've got a company wanting me to send alot of wheat there in coming years. The purified gluten is then sent back to Oregon. I've got my 3rd in person meeting coming up this week with this company; I'll know more then. Just curious.