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Kevin Van Trump has over 20 years of experience in the grain and livestock industry.
Wheat catches a slight bounce this morning on escalating turmoil in the Middle East, but has recently tumbled to its lowest level since early-Feb. There are some arguments circulating that we could start to see SRW wheat gain back a bit of ground on HRW wheat. Thoughts are the SRW wheat harvest could end up being more delayed than the HRW harvest. Be careful with this rhetoric as I continue to hear more concerns about the overall "quality" of the HRW crop. The heavy rains and storms could be a bit more severe than the trade is currently giving it credit. From a producers standpoint, it feels like, without a major geopolitical twist of some sort, wheat is going to CLICK HERE to find out will wheat prices will go
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