Crop markets pulled lower by crude, stronger dollar: Podcast

Corn and soybean planting was brought to a halt by overnight rain.

Crop markets were lower on Monday amid pressure from losses in equities and crude oil and a stronger dollar.

Traders awaited the release of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's weekly crop progress report on Monday and USDA’s monthly supply and demand numbers on Tuesday.

Bob Burgdorfer of Farm Futur

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