Create a free Feed & Grain account to continue reading

Corn, Soy Prices Stumble on Hopes for Better Weather

Drier weather to open window for producers to make better progress next week

Corn harvest 3710974 960 7201

U.S. grain and soybean futures slipped on Thursday on expectations that weather conditions will turn more favorable for harvesting, giving a small break to farmers, traders said.

According to Reuters, drier weather across the U.S. corn belt from Friday through much of next week should allow growers to make better progress after rain and snow caused delays, according to weather firm Maxar.

Harvests were already behind schedule after rains and historic floods interrupted plantings this spring.

Page 1 of 356
Next Page