Daniel O'Brien

Grain Markets & Market Structure, Farm Management

Associate Professor and Extension Agricultural Economist
Northwest Research Extension Center

The focus of Dr. O’Brien's extension and applied research efforts have been in the areas of grain and bioenergy market analysis - with emphasis on of wheat, feed grain, oilseed, and ethanol supply-demand and prices. He also has been working in the areas of irrigated and dryland cropping systems and natural resource-related issues in western Kansas. He also works extensively with agricultural audiences on issues such as farmland leasing and crop enterprise profitability. Visit "Focused on Grains Blog" by Dan O'Brien.

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Northwest Research Extension Center
105 Experiment Farm Road PO Box 786
Colby , KS  67701-0786
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Documents & Presentations by Daniel O'Brien
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Weekly Grain Market Outook - Dan O'Brien

Dan O'Brien remarks on the recent positive surge in corn exports, and offers his latest price probability projection for wheat.

March 24, 2017
Key Supply-Demand Factors Driving Grain Markets

Presented to AGEC 605 class, K-State Dept. of Agricultural Economics, Manhattan, KS. 

March 15, 2017
Sorghum Global Markets

Presented at K-State Sorghum School, Concordia, KS. 

February 2, 2017
2017 Feedgrain Market Outlook

Presented to Texas A&M Agri-life Feedgrain Marketing Workshop. Amarillo, TX.

January 26, 2017
WASDE Quick Analysis Spreadsheet January 12, 2017
Grain Marketing Strategies

Presented at Grain Marketing Workshop, Jewell, KS. 

January 10, 2017
2017 Grain Marketing Strategies Workshop

Presented at Grain Marketing Workshop, Jewell, Kansas. 

January 9, 2017
2017 Grain Marketing Strategies Workshop

Presented at Russell, KS. December 12, 2016. 

December 12, 2016
Kansas Grain Market Outlook - Leavenworth County

Presented at Grain Marketing Workshop, Tonganoxie, Kansas. 

November 30, 2016
Kansas Grain Market Outlook - Stafford County Extension Marketing Group

Presented to Stafford County Extension Marketing Group

November 17, 2016