Thursday, October 27th, 2022 Video and Audio Program

Thursday’s market trade was quiet again for the most part. After starting higher, grains leaked lower amid GDP being up 0.6% in the third quarter and the U.S. Dollar moving higher in response. Weekly export sales were good for soybeans and wheat but not so much for corn, beef and pork. We discuss the markets with Bryan Doherty of Total Farm Marketing. Learn more online at

We also get an update on the wean-to-harvest biosecurity program and its recently established priorities for both on-site and transportation under the plan. SHIC Associate Director Megan Niederwerder joins us to discuss. Learn more at

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


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