September 23 – Quick Policy Premiums

Today we look at premium being paid for specialty crops and pulses, in addition to what Canada might've given up to China for a canola deal. Do you think Trudeau gave up too much?

September 22 – Making The Easier Call

In today’s Breakfast Brief we discuss Egypt’s grain import policy change, soybean planting, and what’s going on with feed grain prices.  “The best opportunities are often ones where you’re being contrarian. That doesn’t mean being contrarian for contrarian’s sake, but

September 20 – Why The Wait?

In today’s Breakfast Brief we look at Egypt’s wheat policy, pulse estimates in India, USDA Crop Progress Report results and selling your low-quality grain.  “If you spend your whole life waiting for the storm, you’ll never enjoy the sunshine.” – Morris

September 16 – More Means Less

In today’s Breakfast Brief, we discuss our bearish opinion on corn prices and bullish catalysts on the horizon.  “Excess generally causes reaction, and produces a change in the opposite direction, whether it be in the seasons, or in individuals, or

September 2 – Jaded Ill Will

In today’s Breakfast Brief, we look at ill oilseed values and wheat harvest levels as well as prices How many buyers can you deal on your grain with? Post your grain on FarmLead to make dozens of phone calls at