Market volatility and choppiness continues in the grain markets. Total Farm Marketing market advisor John Heinberg says the new crop months are seeing the most pressure. “More of that is probably getting tied to the weather forecast and the fact that farmers are planting and things are looking favorable to get the crop in the ground. Then, we’ll figure out where the water levels are after that.” Heinberg expects the volatility to continue. “The front end continues to stay choppy. We’ve seen the May and July corn go both sides of positive and negative.”
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