Thursday, October 13th, 2022 Video and Audio Program

We saw a wild, whiplash kind of day in the markets on Thursday! The release of the CPI numbers sent the markets downward early across the board before we turned around mid-morning and moved higher, led by wheat. How do we make sense of a wild moving day like that? John Heinberg of Total Farm Marketing joins us to put things into perspective. Learn more online at

Also, Farmers Business Network (FBN) has released a new report looking at fertilizer pricing, fall application intentions and an early look at 2023 planting intentions. We get the details and look at the markets with Kevin McNew, Chief Economist at FBN. Learn more at

***AUDIO ONLY*** In segment one, we listen in to our Midday Commentary with Mark Lucas of StoneX and get his thoughts on price action in the trade.

Today’s show is brought to you in part by Growmark/FS; learn more at


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