NEWS
Fundamentally Speaking
Thu May 22, 2014 09:58 AM CDT

The corn market has dropped about 50 cents over the past two weeks as plantings for the most part have gone quite well.

There is some concern that continued wet and cold weather in the Upper Midwest may result in some intended corn ground being seeded to other crops or enrolled in the prevented planting insurance program.

One state prominently mentioned has been North Dakota where in recent years a large amount of corn and even soybeans have not been able to get in the ground due to delayed seedings.

Some may say "North ...

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