; Using Hedging in a Marketing Program | Library | AgRisk Library

Open in new window Using Hedging in a Marketing Program

Robert Wisner and Chris Hurt ( December, 2006 )

Summary

Hedging is a valuable tool to use in implementing a grain marketing program. There are three general ways to use hedging as a grain marketing tool: Establishing the price before harvest, establishing price after harvest, and earning a storage return.


Details

Organization Iowa State University Extension
Publisher Iowa State University
Publication Date December, 2006
Publication Views 784
Material Type Written Material

Filed Under