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Understanding USDA Reports
Join commodity advisor veteran Al Kluis from the comfort of your own screen to learn:
- What are USDA Reports
- How to assess grain markets
- How to use this in your grain marketing program
- What to expect in the next Crop Reports
Understanding USDA Reports is a class, under an hour in length, designed to help you understand what a USDA report is, what information it contains that is relevant to your farm operation, and how to adapt your operation to take advantage of the market outlook. After registering, you can access the class in the comfort of your own office or home for up to 6 months using the Kluis U portal.
Who is this class for?
If you grow corn, soybeans, or wheat, and strive for continuous improvement in your farm operation, you can benefit from this class. Even if you have been reading USDA reports or other market data for years, you may be missing important market implications that can shape your future success.
Why are USDA reports important?
The USDA is the most inherently reliable source of farm data in the world, and no one company is as reliable and unbiased. Learn how the USDA puts reports together, and which data in each report can be most useful for you! If you are trying to make objective decisions about where to focus your time and resources, the USDA report is essential.
Who is Al Kluis?
Al Kluis has been a commodity advisor and broker since 1976. He is the managing director of Kluis Commodity Advisors and Kluis Commodity Publishing in Wayzata, Minnesota. Al is commonly quoted in major publications including Successful Farming and the Wall Street Journal, and is a featured speaker at commodity conferences nationwide. He is a frequent market analyst for the Linder Farm Radio News Network. Al is the author of the weekly commodity advisory newsletter, The Al Kluis Report. For more than 40 years, Al has been devoted to helping farmers succeed at marketing their grain.