The lack of planting progress is evident throughout much of the Midwest. According to NDSU Extension crop economist Frayne Olson, wet conditions are creating opportunities in the markets.”If your planting corn right now, make sure you’re also trying to price it at the same time. Once corn isn’t being planted anymore, the market enthusiasm will likely tapper off some.” Olson says there will be a lot of uncertainty moving into the summer months. There are two pieces of the equation to be concerned about in the long-term. “One is how many acres will actually get planted. The other is what is the yield potential for those acres planted late?” Listen to the full interview here.