Monday, October 24th, 2022 Video and Audio Program

We saw the markets mixed to lower as we started the week with more fresh news lacking in the trade. Harvest is progressing but windows are tightening up; what do the charts tell us as we head towards November and beyond? Why were soybeans under heavy pressure on the day Monday? John Heinberg of Total Farm Marketing joins us to discuss the trade. Learn more at

Eric Snodgrass of Nutrien joins us once again this week to provide a weather update. We look at the large storm system impacting much of the country to start the week, more on the Mississippi River levels and what is Eric watching for the next six months ahead?

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Also, we discuss the Cattle on Feed report that came out last Friday, October 21st and look at the cattle markets as a whole. Lance Zimmerman, SVP – Senior Animal Protein Analyst with RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness, joins us to discuss.

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