Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Oct 17, 2014 05:24 PM CDT

The days are long for me, especially this October, as I still haven't started fall harvest. A late planting season followed by a cold summer and a wet October has meant it will be the latest start of my career in any fall season. It might not be that way for everybody across the Corn Belt, but this late harvest has sent a bit of the shiver into the grain market. Over the last couple of weeks we've seen an increase in corn prices of about $.20 a bushel and about $.50 a bushel in soybeans.

Prices have gone up ...

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