Todd's Take
Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Tue Jul 28, 2015 06:23 AM CDT

Rodney Dangerfield used to joke that he came from a tough neighborhood. "I bought a waterbed and found a guy at the bottom of it."* In 2015, corn and soybean prices are finding their own neighborhood of commodity prices to be a pretty rough place and the bearish scars are mounting. From gold to crude oil to copper, sugar and livestock, commodity prices are taking it on the chin, grains included.

The easiest target of blame for this year's commodity rout traces back to a U.S. dollar trading near its highest level in 12 years, but other factors are also ...

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