How Is The Price Of Corn After The Epidemic?

- Mar 17, 2020-


From the perspective of the price of corn, the price of corn has been declining these days, and the market may not be very good. Except for North China, the second-grade corn in Heilongjiang, Henan, and port corn in Liaoning Jinzhou have all fallen to varying degrees. Due to the limited profit margins of enterprises, most companies can only buy at reduced prices.

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According to the market situation in previous years, farmers should speed up the sales progress of last year's Chenliang corn, and should not hesitate to sell it under the decline. However, with the passage of the epidemic, corn prices will stabilize, prices will fluctuate upwards and increase in stages. In the second half of the year, pig production capacity will resume, feed corn will emerge suddenly, and demand will rise, which will drive and support corn price increases. Now highways and rural roads are slowly returning to traffic, and corn transportation and agricultural product sales are accelerating, which has also caused deep-seated companies to buy at lower prices. The price of corn is a band price every year. Although there is no possibility of continuous increase, there is no possibility of continuous decline.

After the epidemic, there are many opportunities to rise and it is easier to sell for a good price

Large aquaculture industry demand, high probability of rise

The price of corn is most likely to rise after the epidemic has passed. It's too unlikely that prices will continue to fall. Let's analyze why the price of corn rises. This problem is actually a complicated problem with a lot of factors. Of course, the most recent factor in the outbreak of pneumonia caused by new coronavirus infection. These large and small factors will affect the current price of corn. Especially during this period of complete closure, the sales channels of corn and feed were basically blocked, the feed in the aquaculture industry was very tight, and some farmers had run out of feed. Of course, in this case, of course, corn and feed are in short supply, and the price may rise, so if you see the price rise after the epidemic, you can sell it at a good price.


In addition, according to the normal situation, after the beginning of spring each year, it is a time when the pig industry and chicken industry are booming. Spring breeding and spring breeding are the golden season for breeding and the most critical period for breeding. Therefore, the demand for feed with corn as the main raw material has increased sharply, and due to the influence of supply and demand, the market is difficult to adapt for a while, and natural prices have risen. Of course, this year is a special year. Due to the severe impact of the new coronavirus-infected pneumonia epidemic, the development of the spring breeding industry has been postponed. The purchase, processing, and sales of corn need to be restored to normal. Therefore, there will be a shortage of feed after the epidemic, and feed prices and corn prices will rise.

Corn has less water, and dried corn is naturally expensive.


If it was a year ago, there was a lot of water in the corn kernels, and at this time it was a weigh scale, then the purchase of corn would appropriately reduce the price, and it is now a month after the end of the year, and the corn has been put in the warehouse for another month With the first month, the moisture of corn in the dry spring evaporates more, and the price should be higher the more dry it is. The reason why corn prices will rise after the epidemic is also because of traffic problems. Many people are waiting to buy corn, but Farmers ca n’t go out, and people who collect corn ca n’t enter the village. If they want to sell, they can only carry a bag and a bag to the village and load it. It ’s more troublesome, and people in severely infected areas do n’t go out and wait. After the epidemic has elapsed, take action, so the price of corn purchases will be adjusted accordingly. A slightly higher purchase price may attract farmers to rush.

In short, farmers who have a small amount of surplus grain in their hands can enter the market with them according to their own conditions, and use the cash obtained for spring farming is also an option.