Thursday, July 29th, 2021 Video and Audio Podcast

Wheat markets led the grains higher again on Thursday. Export sales were not great but we did see a soybean sale show up in the morning reports. Where are grains headed as we wrap up July? John Heinberg with Total Farm Marketing joins us to discuss the day’s trade action in commodities.

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