Todd's Take
Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Tue Sep 29, 2015 09:51 AM CDT

As combines roll and scattered yield reports pour in, this is usually a time of year when corn prices get pressed lower. However, here in 2015 a different dynamic is taking place. December corn closed at $3.86 3/4 on Monday, above its 50-day average and up nearly 30 cents from the August low.

Of course, harvest is not over yet and everyone knows that high yields are waiting in the Western Corn Belt, but September's rise in prices seems to be telling us there is something more to corn this year than the current harvest suggests.

USDA's September WASDE report ...

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