Soybeans turn around after lower start: Podcast

Weather forecasts put rain in dry corn areas of Brazil.

Soybeans turned higher near midday on Wednesday after a lower start, while the corn and wheat markets were lower after recent gains.

Forecasts call for more rain in the Midwest today, which may slow spring planting, but clear skies are expected there Friday and Saturday.

The wheat areas of Texas received rain this week, while Kansas and Oklahoma remain dry.

Weather maps favor moderate showers for Brazil’s corn areas in Parana and

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