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Ethanol and Phase One impact on the markets

This week's Ag View Pitch looks ahead to this week's USDA report, looks ahead to future opportunities.

Markets are volatile with the trade looking for news at every turn to make decisions. A freeze here, changing petroleum markets there and other factors are challenge everyone's plans.

In the latest Ag View Pitch podcast Chris Barron and Duane Lowry focus on the upcoming USDA report, and offer a first look at the 2020-2021 balance sheet. The ethanol industry and Phase One of the China trade agreement also get attention in today's episode. Marketing in the weeks and months ahead will be challenging for both basis and futures. Stay on top of the current inputs and ponder what the horizon may be hiding with today's podcast.

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