• Hannah Phillips

Market Sees Little Change for Grain


Expectations were high with the release of the US Department of Ag World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report this week but the results yielded a quiet change to international markets.


This trend was echoed on the domestic front with very little to no grain leaving major ports and the prices remaining relatively unchanged throughout the week.

To learn more, hear Renae's full interview with Tess Walch from Market Check below.



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