USDA Reports and Trading Grains

Hedging and Protecting the Farm

Today on The Bubba Show, Bubba welcomes back the Goddess of Grains, Angie Setzer who is also the vice president of grains at Citizens Elevator. Hedging and protecting the farm are important things that many don’t do properly. Angie explains how important it is to be prepared instead of behind the curve...

Hedging to Protect the Farm

Interpreting the USDA Report

Today on The Bubba Show, Bubba welcomes back the Goddess of Grains, Angie Setzer who is also the vice president of grains at Citizens Elevator. Bubba and Angie discuss last week’s USDA report and what effect it had on trading...

Grains Finally Squeeze Out a Rally

Are Agricultural Markets Experiencing the Effects of the Dollar?

It’s Valentine’s Day and Bubba brings in his Valentine, the Goddess of Grains, Angie Setzer. Bubba and Angie talk about the recent rally in grains, which both of them thought was imminent. Markets are seeing more buying and the price levels were too low...

The Art of Hedging for Farmers

Understanding How and When to Protect

Today on The Bubba Show, the Goddess of Grains returns for a 2nd consecutive day. Angie Setzer, who is also the Vice President of Grains at Citizens Elevator, joins Bubba to discuss marketing plans and the common mistakes that are made by, hedgers, speculators and traders...

Bullish on Grains Despite Bearish News

The Importance of Hedging to Protect Profits

Today on The Bubba Show, Bubba brings back the Goddess of Grains, Angie Setzer who is also the Vice President of Grains at Citizens Elevator. Angie and Bubba discuss the recent action in the grains and why they are both still bullish the markets through all the bearish news that is out there...

Grain Markets Open Strong to Start 2018

Why Are Grains At 20-Year Lows?

Today on The Bubba Show, Bubba welcomes back Angie Setzer, vice president of Grains at Citizens Elevator, for a discussion on agricultural markets. Angie and Bubba talk about the strong opening in 2018 for the grain markets. Angie asserts that the cold, dry weather is the key reason for the rally in Wheat...