USDA surprised traders on Tuesday with a lower corn ending stocks number, but not as low as expected. We also saw a lower soybean ending stocks number with little changes elsewhere. By the end of the day, soybeans and soy products were the only commodities higher along with feeder cattle. Jim McCormick with AgMarket.net joins us to talk about the report and today’s trade.
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