This will go down as one of the roughest weeks we have experienced this year in the grain and soy markets, with corn suffering the most significant losses. Do keep in mind that we have experienced larger volatility, which is a two-edged sword as it translates into more opportunity on one side but the risk of more risk and bigger swings on the other. If we were to finish the week at the morning break, November beans would be down 23-cents, December wheat down 28-cents and December corn down 30-cents. Do keep in mind that December corn remains contained within the same range between roughly 4.20 and 4.70 that we have established since prices gapped higher at the end of May, and I suspect we could have several more weeks of chopping between those two parameters are we learn more about the crop this year. That said, weekly indicators are on the cusp of rolling over to the downside, and if you recall, we were looking for the corn market to peak at the 180-week cycle count which fell back on the first week of this month, and it is beginning to appear that the shocking June acreage report may have caused us to peak a week earlier. Looking forward, the next big weekly cycle counts in corn fall on the week ending September 20thand then the week ending December 6th. Could be good dates to mark on your calendars.