SF Launches Newsletter for Grain Marketing

As everyone else tries to predict the next dip, turn, or bubble in the farm markets, Successful Farming magazine is launching a monthly printed newsletter titled Successful Marketing to help farmers with specific grain marketing and hedging advice.

This monthly printed newsletter, and weekly email newsletter, will offer farmers a decision-making tool to help sell grain at higher prices. Also, it's designed to educate farmers on grain marketing strategies that can help them increase their confidence in making marketing decisions.

Al Kluis, Kluis Commodities, will share his 40 years of commodity trading experience with subscribers of Successful Marketing.

Whereas other industry newsletters spend time rehashing outdated news items, along with grain marketing information, Successful Marketing will be completely dedicated to marketing strategies and technical analysis.

In this volatile market environment, farmers are urged to focus on managing risk vs. speculating with their crop-selling decisions.


So, what can a subscriber expect with this new grain marketing newsletter? In addition to straightforward strategies to market grain and develop a marketing plan, Successful Marketing will provide input price trends to help farmers buy inputs more consistently at lower prices.

The Successful Marketing newsletter is hitting the market at a time when more and more grain farmers are looking for advice on how to pick up an extra 20 to 30 cents per bushel. Learn how to do that and more with Successful Marketing. It’s designed to help farmers make more money, period.

In addition to a monthly printed newsletter, a weekly email newsletter, and email alerts (based on changes in the markets), subscribers will get quarterly webinars designed around the Quarterly Grain Stocks Reports.

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