Finally, the grain markets provide some good news.
Are corn prices find a bottom? Or a ledge?
USDA reports, supply chain disruptions and tensions between the U.S. and China all weighed on the grain markets this week. July corn was flat for the week and July soybeans
COVID-19, freeze risks, USDA report and government influence on agriculture are all weighing on the markets this week.
“This is no time to take wild chances,” says Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group. “We all need to exert some patience right now."
Until a commonsense approach to agriculture evolves, we are stuck with the hand we are dealt.
With all the price and demand uncertainty, Jerry Gulke says farmers may make more last-minute acreage shifts that ever before.