Type
Post Secondary
Credits
3.00

Introduces the commodity futures markets, with information on contract specifications, exchanges, basic trading information and fundamental and technical market information. Furthermore, time will be spent on the basic phases of grain marketing from the farm to the elevator, including fundamental market information, elevator storage policies, shrinkage, blending, moisture discounts, price spreads, opportunity cost and developing an enterprise marketing plan.

Conditions
Prerequisites: 10-091-135 PRINCIPLES OF CROP PRODUCTION and 10-091-203 AGRICULTURE INSURANCE. Condition: Accepted into the Dairy Science, Agri-Business, Crop Science or Agronomy AD, or with Dean approval.

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