Springlike conditions have started to arrive across the U.S., but planting progress is still slow. Check out the latest Feedback from the Field for more information.
The corn market has been pretty quiet. Traders think the crop can be planted in a week, which isn't true.
The soybean market has pulled back quite a bit over the past two weeks on concerns of weaker exports and China tariffs.
The wheat market tried to lead the market higher overnight.
The sorghum market is an example of what can happen when tariffs are put in place. Ships bound for China changed course after the sorghum import duties were announced.