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USDA says we may plant 96 million acres of corn. They look for 76 million acres of soybeans, although there is some thinking that we could see as much as 79.75 million acres. Last year we planted 77.198 million.

The Ohio River is a major artery for exporting grain from northeastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania.

Current U.S. grain market movement is in a trading range, and no progress is being made.

Regardless of USDA reports last Friday, we are trading this grain market as a short-crop year.

Grain prices are at or near lows on all three major commodities on the Chicago Board of Trade.

There are a lot of reasons grain markets have traded lower. Some are valid, some are the kind of reasons analysts give when they have to give reasons, says grain trader Marlin Clark.

The last line of that Zombies song from the dark ages of the '60s is, "It's the time of the season for loving." That's a...

Traders have focused on exports, transportation issues, South American weather, and politics as reasons for the decline in grain market prices.

Friday's USDA report did not have a lot of news, but what it had caught the market leaning the wrong way. The result, eventually,...

With no news comes fickle markets subject to the whims of Chicago traders. Now is the time to forget the highs and remember the crops in eastern Ohio are better than expected, and the prices are still much higher than planned for at planting time.