Basis levels have remained steady this summer. AgCountry Farm Credit Services market education specialist Katie Tangen says there are a couple reasons behind that. “One, as many people know, is because the 2019 crop wasn’t in particularly good quality. The reward for having that higher-grade crop is there.” Hear more in the Rural Perspectives podcast from AgCountry FCS found here.
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