The USDA Quarterly Grain Stocks and Acreage reports will be released Tuesday morning. “Once there is a known in the market, the premium usually comes out of it,” says Katie Tangen, market education specialist, AgCountry Farm Credit Services. “This year, because of the heavy carryout and the high number of acres projected in march, I think the corn market is a little leery of the report. Soybean acres are kind of on the flip side because fewer planted acres were initially projected.” Tangen has more on the upcoming USDA reports, crop insurance and more in the latest Rural Perspectives podcast episode. Listen here.
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