Is volatility becoming the new “normal” for the grain markets? There are certainly several factors playing into that volatility as of late, including trade tensions and planting delays. Stewart-Peterson Senior Market Advisor Naomi Blohm says while the marketplace is trading expected news, it is losing sight of the bigger picture. “It’s almost like the market wants to what maybe will go into prevent plant acres and what will be planted beyond the final planting dates.” For years and years, the market didn’t have too much bullish news to sink its teeth into. However, Blohm says this weather issue could continue to come into play going forward. “Every forecast from here until harvest is going to be watched closely. The other thing that’s not being talked about yet are crop conditions in China, the Ukraine and Europe. There is a lot for this market place to be talking about and trading.” Listen to the story.