Marketing Year 2020-21 was a meaningful one for grain sorghum that welcomed great international demand for U.S. growers’ premium quality crops, and you can see the economics at work from that demand in the Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission’s 2021 Annual Report. The Annual Report is a snapshot of the Kansas sorghum industry containing information on production, markets, and average farm price for sorghum at $5.85 per bushel last year, up high from $4.26 in 2020 and well above $3.19 in 2019.
With its focus always on farmers, the Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission will meet again for its Winter 2022 board meeting on Thursday, January 27, in Salina, KS. And don’t miss registration for the free Kansas Commodity Classic to be held the next day in Salina with noteworthy guest speakers covering topics from markets to climate trends.
Through its vision to drive value for producers by positioning sorghum as a sustainable, reliable, and profitable crop through its responsible investment, the Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission is committed to sorghum promotion, research, and information designed to strengthen, expand, and develop new foreign and domestic markets for sorghum growers.