Friday, October 21st, 2022 Video and Audio Program

Another day with a lack of fresh news in the trade. The U.S. dollar did break lower Friday morning and that allowed grains, livestock and the stock market to come off their lows. Grains were firm on the session with the stock market really taking advantage to round out the trade on Friday. As we wrap up the week of trade, we discuss the market action with Ted Seifried of Zaner Ag Hedge. Learn more online at

Also, we are joined by Josh Linville, Vice President of Fertilizer at StoneX, to discuss the river situation impact on the fertilizer market, current pricing, global issues and more.

***AUDIO ONLY*** And finally in segment four today, Jeff Koscelny of West Bred joins us to talk about the 2022 National Wheat Yield contest and the 11 winners that grew West Bred hybrids.


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