Farmers maintained a steady pace of selling corn and soybeans this past week, with Midwest grain dealers reporting more corn being sold than soybeans.
While the sales were modest in size, dealers said the pace has been constant as farmers need cash to pay bills and to buy inputs for spring planting. A central Illinois elevator bought 65,000 bu. of corn Sunday night and Monday morning.
“It has gotten to a point where the guys are thinking it is time to get some stuff sold,” a
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