Monday, November 14th, 2022 Video and Audio Program

Wheat saw some buying on Monday as world wheat importers started to look for coverage on the recent price break. Soybeans were under some pressure and corn was firm to lower on the day. Livestock found some buying in lean hogs with cattle mixed but overall it was a quiet news day in the markets. John Heinberg of Total Farm Marketing joins us to discuss the trade action. Learn more at

How long will it stay cold across much of the country? Is there more snow on the way for some folks? We discuss the last week of weather and what it looks like for the week ahead and more. Eric Snodgrass of Nutrien joins us to discuss. Signup for his daily newsletter here:

Also, we have a harvest wrap-up discussion with Kurt Curry, Area Business Development Manager, for Brevant Seeds. We discuss harvest takeaways, plot results and more. Learn more online at


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