Tuesday, November 15th, 2022 Video and Audio Program

Late on Tuesday, we saw the grain markets move higher in reaction to missile strikes by Russia on Ukraine and two missiles reportedly straying into Poland as well. However, grains backed off the initial pop but still this raises questions about the Ukraine grain export deal and more. We discuss the markets with Jim McCormick of AgMarket.net. Learn more online at https://www.agmarket.net.

Also, it is getting close to tax time. What are some things you need to make sure of before the end of the year and beyond? Jeff Baer of Pinion joins us to discuss some tax tips and insights. Learn more at https://www.pinionglobal.com.

Today’s show is brought to you in part by Growmark/FS; learn more at https://www.growmark.com.

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