Basis bids are weakening as demand for grain eases. Based in Harvey, North Dakota, Arthur Companies General Manager Brentt Roberts says freight rates are also showing signs of weakness. “We’ve seen things backing off and the number of trains running west and south are declining. That will cause freight rates to decline, perhaps going negative into summer. Going into harvest, we could see freight levels start to pop up again.”
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