NEWS
Friday: Report Times Change
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Wed Jan 9, 2013 01:29 PM CST

WASHINGTON (DTN) -- Farmers, grain merchandisers, market analysts, market observers and outright speculators need to keep the following information tucked away for Friday: Noon Eastern and 11 a.m. Central.

There will be nothing new to report, at least statistically, before noon Eastern Standard Time/11 a.m. Central Standard Time because USDA reports by the National Agricultural Statistics Service and World Agricultural Outlook Board for crop production and grain stocks now will be released at that time.

People wanting to post information on social media sites about the crop reports will have to wait until noon Eastern/11 a.m. Central.

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