Grain futures are set to start the week higher. The source of support is being debated this morning, but the U.S. dollar was sharply lower overnight. With the recent uptick in export demand, a weaker dollar should attract even more buying interest for U.S. grains. That's especially true for old-crop corn which has been gaining aggressively on new-crop corn. Check this link to hear the "Monday Morning Wake Up Call" provided by your Pro Farmer Editors.
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