Monday, June 27, 2022
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Russia's war in Ukraine has caused grain shortages around the world. Alan Guebert weighs in on the potential ripple effect and what can be done.

Kansas City hard red winter wheat is trading above $13 a bushel. Minneapolis spring wheat is not far behind. Marlin Clark weighs in on high wheat prices.

The war in Ukraine and its impact on wheat exports is driving wheat to record prices, leading more farmers to consider planting more wheat as a result. 

In his weekly market report, Marlin Clark sheds some light on how corn, soybean and wheat prices could be impacted by weather over the next couple of weeks.

The USDA confirmed June 7 the discovery of genetically engineered (GE) wheat plants growing in an unplanted agricultural field in Washington state.

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.

One of the side effects of the current government shutdown is that we are missing much of our fundamental information in the grain markets.

Ag policy doesn't make sense (except to produce cheap food), says grain merchandiser Marlin Clark in his column this week.