Tuesday, October 4th, 2022 Video and Audio Program

On Tuesday we saw more “risk-on” trade across stocks and energies which spilled into corn and soybeans again. Wheat caught the short end of spreads and we saw more pressure there along with KC and Minneapolis wheat. Livestock trade was mostly lower as well on the day. We talk markets and more today with Matt Bennett of AgMarket.net. Learn more online at https://www.agmarket.net.

We also have a conversation with Dr. Paul Sundberg, Executive Director of the Swine Health Information Center, about some emerging swine diseases they are watching. We also talk about a new research project looking to improve biosecurity from wean to harvest. Learn more online at https://www.swinehealth.org.

Today’s show brought to you in part by Growmark/FS; learn more at https://www.growmark.com.


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