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Looking toward 2020 corn and soybean opportunities

The Ag View Pitch podcast digs into solid on-farm soybean bids, China trade and that looming USDA report

Today Chris Barron and Duane Lowry discuss handling some of the best on-farm soybean bids since early summer 2018, versus possible implications from Phase One of the China agreement and the always important January USDA reports, Jan 10. With just a little imagination, the corn/soy market world could look a lot different after Jan 10 than it does now. To some extent, the trade is guilty of not respecting the volatility potential of Jan 10. This report could have significant implications to 2019 inventory and 2020 opportunities. There is a lot to ponder. Start your discernment process by listening to this week's podcast!

As always, if you have any questions please contact Duane at duanel@netins.net, or Chris at cbarron@agviewsolutions.com. Enjoy!

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