The amount of soybeans pre-priced varies depending on location. Speaking at an ag credit conference in Fargo, North Dakota State University Extension Crops Economist Frayne Olson says 40-to-50 percent of the soybeans in southeastern North Dakota were pre-priced. “As we move north and west, that percentage drops off fairly quickly. There were areas that didn’t have the needed rainfall and there were concerns about how many bushels would produced.” Olson says there are pricing opportunities for new crop 2019 corn and soybeans.
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