Monday, October 17th, 2022 Video and Audio Program

Markets were relatively quiet to start the new week with wheat finding support from more Russia/Ukraine tensions and soybeans a little help from soybean oil. Corn caught the short end of inter-market spread action for the most part while livestock and outside markets were solid. We discuss with John Heinberg of Total Farm Marketing. Learn more online at https://www.totalfarmmarketing.com.

Cold weather for much of the country to start the week but a pattern change incoming? We discuss the weather for the week ahead with Eric Snodgrass of Nutrien. Sign up for his daily newsletter here: https://info.nutrien.com/snodgrass_weather

Lastly, we are joined by John Long, retail product agronomist with Brevant Seeds, to discuss some key season takeaways from his area and more this growing season. Learn more at https://www.brevant.com.

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