Thursday, May 23, 2019
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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.

The reality in today's grim grain markets is that the bad weather is not even in the USDA reports yet.

The USDA shocked the markets with Prospective Planting and Grain Stocks reports Friday, March 29.

Between the ground farmers expect to plant in 2019 and the crops still in storage, the acreage lost for the 2019 growing season to flooding may not matter.

Much has been promised amid this ongoing trade war, but we still don't have the results we're expecting.

The U.S. grain market is finding it hard to define what is going on, and that results in nervous traders and a directionless market, says our fearless grain commentator Marlin Clark.

Problems in Kansas planting their hard red winter wheat is supporting both the Kansas City and Chicago wheat markets.

As the growing season winds down, the grain market is still looking for direction, says our fearless grain commentator Marlin Clark.

USDA's recent World Agricultural Supply and Demand Report and the U.S. Crop Production estimate for August took away the bounce in grain prices and cast a negative tone for the balance of the summer.

From our fearless grain commentator this week: "A producer should start with the understanding that he is better with a good crop and poor prices than a poor crop with good prices. Then, hope that he is the one with a good crop this year!"
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