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Weather and crop condition pushed grain prices dramatically higher on the Chicago Board of Trade this Turnaround Tuesday morning, July 18. Corn is up 12 cents, Soybeans are up about 14, and the wheat is almost a dime higher.

Is the current change in grain market prices a correction, or is it a reality change brought by a change in attitude or weather forecast? Our fearless grain commentator Marlin Clark weighs in.

From our fearless grain commentator Marlin Clark this week: It would seem that the market is more worried about crop condition than about acres.

Weather markets this time of year can turn on a dime. The wet weather a couple of weeks ago helped prices, as it limited the acres.

Markets react strongly to severe weather events.

No relief for crop producers: This year and next, we project growing carryout bushels and prices that do not sustain US farmers.

The deadline to purchase or modify certain insurance coverage for spring-planted crops is March 15.

U.S. farmers planted the second lowest number of winter wheat acres on record and 10 percent fewer acres than 2016-2017.

President Donald Trump's immigration action seems to have hit the whole nation of grain prices. Grain commentator Marlin Clark weighs in.

Grain prices were lower on the Chicago Board of Trade Monday, Jan. 23, and our new President got the blame.