Thursday, December 16th, 2021 Video and Audio Podcast

Soybeans, soy oil and wheat led the grain markets mostly higher on Thursday. We saw a positive reaction to the Fed comments on Wednesday along with many other factors supporting the ag markets. Kent Beadle with CHS Hedging joins us to discuss our trade today. ***DUE TO TECH ISSUES WE DO NOT HAVE VIDEO TODAY BUT THE AUDIO IS POSTED ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL BELOW***

Also, below you can watch Wednesday’s show where we talked with Jana Davidson from the Progressive Agriculture Foundation for our December Safety Message. Learn more at–kent-beadle

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