The corn and soybean markets reacted negatively at the release of USDA’s Crop Production Report and World Agriculture Supply and Demand Estimates Report on Friday. Stewart-Peterson Senior Market Advisor Bryan Doherty says on the surface, there’s a much higher-than-expected yield for corn at 178.4 bushels-per-acre. The trade estimated 176 bushels-per-acre. “I might go on a limb and say that might be the highest number for the year, just based on weather in August. If we look at the carry out though, very neutral on the 2018/2019 stocks.” Doherty says the soybean estimate was 49.8 bushels-per-acre and it came in at 51.6 bushels-per-acre. As the dust settles, Doherty is watching how the market reacts. Doherty will join RRFN for the Big Iron Farm Show on Thursday, September 13.