Northstar Commodity Chief Analyst Mark Schultz says U.S. corn and soybeans still need to ration demand. “Make no mistake, soybeans will need to be rationed. The corn has a lot of interest, because farmers will either feed corn or wheat. We might see more wheat going into feed rations, but right now, if you want corn, the cheapest place to get it is the U.S. It will stay that way until March.” Demand is slowing. “Everyone has to come to grips and say, do I really want to pay this much now or do I sit back and wait for a correction?”
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