CASH grain sales have slowed from the torrid pace early in the month as farmers raised asking prices for their crops after markets moved beyond $4/bu. for corn and $10/bu. for soybeans.
At the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT), new-crop December corn topped $4.50 last week before sliding back to about $4.40 late in the week, and November soybeans peaked at $10.45 before sliding to around $10.10.
Cash sales continued to trickle i
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