Davis Michaelsen and Editor Brian Grete discuss this week's market action...
Wheat futures extend steep selloff on heavy liquidation to end lower on week; soybeans surge to four-week high.
USDA's estimated April placements down 0.9% from last year, whereas traders expected a 4.6% decline, on average.
Pro Farmer editors provide daily updates on advice, including if now is a good time to catch up on cash sales.
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Malaysia maintains palm oil export tax, France's wheat crop ratings soften and Biden Administration lends flexibility to refiners on RFS requirements...
Wheat futures expected lower as market extends sell-off; corn lower on outlook for improved planting.
China slashed key interest rate | Deere: ‘Strong demand’ helped offset supply-chain pressures
Wheat futures faced followthrough selling pressure overnight, while corn also traded lower. Soybeans have turned mixed after earlier weakness.