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Gaining a different market perspective

In this week's Ag View Pitch, there's a new guest offering insight on what's happening in the markets

This week in the Ag View Pitch podcast, host Chris Barron digs in on a wide range of topics with Joe Vaclavek, founder and CEO of Standard Grain a commodity brokerage and consulting firm based in Nashville, Tenn. Vaclavik is also host of the daily market podcast Grain Markets and Other Stuff.

During this week's edition of Ag View Pitch, Barron and Vaclavik talk weather, the state of Chinese demand, the state of ethanol, the funds position in corn and soybeans in the market. This is an information-filled episode, and both look at what all these factors mean in the weeks ahead.

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