Wednesday, October 19th, 2022 Video and Audio Program

The markets lacked more fresh news on Wednesday and as a result we saw the grain trade drift and chop around once again. Soybeans did finish up firm while wheat and corn had pressure. Livestock trade was solid on the day once again as well while outside markets were mixed. Chad Hart from Iowa State University joins us today to have a wide ranging discussion on the issues impacting the market trade here in mid-October.

***AUDIO ONLY SHOW*** Also, in segment one we get thoughts on price action and more from Ryan Moe of StoneX who talked with us for our midday commentary today.

Finally in segment four, we learn more about Enogen corn from Syngenta and what it can do for your beef and dairy cattle herd. Duane Martin with Syngenta joins us to discuss more about the product.

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


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