With the drought conditions across the Northern Plains and areas of the eastern Corn Belt too wet, RML Trading President Bob Lebacken questions the ability of the U.S. to hit USDA’s trend line yield estimates. “There’s still some off and on rain showers happening, but that may not offset the losses in the western Corn Belt.” The weather forecasts are not ideal either. “There’s some talk about cooler temperatures coming. It could happening toward the end of August into early September.” Hear the full interview.
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