The grain harvest delay has been the excuse needed to see prices perk up a little.
If the harvest is disappointing, we could see a rally into the late harvest. If not, we have not yet seen the low.
As corn prices have gone down, it has felt at times like we have left the slide completely and will fall to our financial deaths.
Two weeks from now we may know more about this grain market, but it may be too late. Catch this market while there is fear in it.
What exactly will happen with markets? Marlin Clark has a few insights…
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I read with great interest Kristy Foster Seachrist’s article last week in the Farm and Dairy about changes in the grain indemnity law in Ohio. She wrote about a new bill that was signed July 11th that updates the size of the indemnity fund, and that specifies that the farmers are first in line for […]
This is the middle of July and we should be seeing sunshine and 85 degree weather. My hope for great crops is gone.
Now we are taking stock of the prospective crop size and usage to try to get a feel for summer prices.
The party is over for the old crop beans and corn. The corn has to be sold while a buyer will still price it against the July contract.