Farmer selling of corn and soybeans came to a halt last Friday and remained quiet on Monday as the markets digested Britain's move last week to leave the European Union.
Selling of new-crop corn and soybeans was modest for most of last week and ahead of when the vote's results were announced Friday.
Corn planted in mid-April will be pollenating this week from Iowa to Indiana, and grain merchants said the expected cooler weather this week should help.
“We are going to
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