With all the price and demand uncertainty, Jerry Gulke says farmers may make more last-minute acreage shifts that ever before.
Commodity prices have dipped down to levels that haven’t been seen in more than a decade.
This month’s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates provided few rays of optimism for the grain markets. Yet, prices closed the week on a mostly positive note.
Jerry Gulke talks market movement, the long tail of COVID-19, 2020 acreage and more.
Listen in as Jerry Gulke discusses this week’s market moves, the March 31 Prospective Plantings report, the latest on COVID-19 and more:
With the backdrop of a worldwide coronavirus pandemic, the grain markets slammed lower then recovered off those lows by the end of the week.
The uncertainty and fear around the coronavirus continue to wreak havoc on the markets.