Grain markets this morning are mostly in the green, factoring in some drier conditions in the Midwest, after a sell-down day yesterday.
With two days of the 4-day ProFarmer crop tour in the books, estimates of soybean and corn yields from field level are looking fairly bullish, but markets, seemingly, aren't buying it yet.
As the 2019 ProFarmer crop tour starts its annual trek this morning through corn and soybean fields in the Midwest, grain markets are starting the week out in the red.
Grain markets are mixed as the complex continues to digest wheat yields, grain exports activity, and weather over the next few weeks.
Grain prices are in the green this morning, as the choppy rebound from Monday’s lows has been mostly been brought about by North American production uncertainty.
Grain markets this morning are all in the red as the hangover from a bearish ProFarmer crop tour last week sets in.