Thursday, July 18, 2019
no-till planter

Marlin Clark shares his insights and comments on the state of the grain markets this week.
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Large areas of the Midwest still have very little planting done. Where it is good, it is very good, but where it is bad, it is awful.
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The reality of really delayed corn planting is that acres will be reduced by either prevented planting for a switch to soybeans.
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The reality in today's grim grain markets is that the bad weather is not even in the USDA reports yet.
delayed planting, wet field, Ohio farm,

Rumors of failed trade talks with China and delayed planting are hitting US farmers hard. The Midwest is struggling to get a crop in the ground, and markets tanked on the president's tweets.
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Times have been tough on corn, soybean and wheat prices. Grain market commentator Marlin Clark explains why. Spoiler alert: no trade deal with China and delayed planting.
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Grain traders started to talk about delayed planting. In the first part of April. Out of desperation.
fall harvest grain bins USDA report planting

The USDA shocked the markets with Prospective Planting and Grain Stocks reports Friday, March 29.
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Much has been promised amid this ongoing trade war, but we still don't have the results we're expecting.
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With all the positive talk about markets and trade, we're still waiting on the results.
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