This could be a very interesting week in the commodities market. Harvest pricing pressure is one thing but this has been a really tough run for all farm commodities. For all you barley growers, pay attention to corns apparent fall to $4 and whether or not canola can finally find a support level that makes it want to stabilize. It can be tough to try and stay unemotional when the price of your inventory is either running up or falling down fast. When the price of a stock or commodity is running we tend to overestimate the up and downside. This is definitely a market worth watching and there is no doubt trying to predict the next move is incredibly difficult even for professionals and experts.
It's day four at the Western Canadian Crop Production show at Saskatoon, Sask., and although frigid temperatures had most hunkered down across the Prairies, that didn't stop farmers from taking a look at all the show has to offer. On today's RealAg Radio show brought to you by Meridian Manufacturing, host Shaun Haney has these…Read more »