Varying temperatures yet below normal precipitation in most of the Heartland in the most recent 6 to 10 day forecast by the National Weather Service. We just need to withstand the blizzard/wind passing through over the next few days.
Brexit is the never ending story. China trade deal is delayed until April, at the soonest. Another day of whippy trade might be ahead of us. Funds are short with a big cushion and farmers are long and not too excited to plant with prices at present levels. Looks like a stand off today as March contracts expire.
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