Grain buyers not in hurry to place orders

Grain buyers not in hurry to place orders

END users of corn and soybeans, such as exporters and processors, apparently have enough of the crops for immediate needs and stepped away from the market, at least for a while, Midwest grain dealers said last week.

While farmers are not selling much of their harvest, buyers are not buying much. The few scheduled grain shipments, whether by truck, rail or barge, in the weeks ahead will be to honor sales made weeks or months ago.

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