Market Trends Commentary – October & November

It’s harvest time across the greater North American corn belt, albeit where the weather permits.  Good harvest weather in the northeastern corn belt has been countered by cold freezing weather in the northern US plains.  Needless to say, its still early, and combines will surely find their place over the next few weeks.  The crop, which was so difficult to get planted in the Eastern corn belt, has yet to give up the truth.

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Market Trends Commentary – September/October

Market Trends Commentary – September/October

U.S. and the World

It is that time of year when harvest is starting up in the main US corn belt and in Ontario. With October clearly in the cross hairs, combines will surely start to roll soon. It has been a very uneven growing season especially coming out of a very late spring in the Eastern Corn Belt. That late start has defined much of the market narrative throughout the summer. As we careen into fall, the combines will surely tell the yield story, which has been so difficult to grasp coming out of June.

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