Grain sales from farmers to elevators slowed this past week as recent slippage in the Chicago, Ill., futures had farmers content to wait before selling more.
Warm weather throughout the Midwest has raised some concerns about condensation developing in grain and threatening to damage the stored corn. Those concerns had some Iowa farmers pulling corn from on-farm elevators and hauling it to town for storage as a means to air it out and lessen the risk of damage.
The warm weather
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