WEEKLY GRAIN MOVEMENT: Soybean sales still active

Farmers poised to begin planting but are waiting for fields to dry out.

Spring planting could turn active by late this week in the Midwest as farmers currently wait for fields to dry out and the soil to warm up, Midwest grain dealers said.

While they wait, farmers continue to sell soybeans following recent gains in Chicago, Ill., futures. Most of the sales are old crop, but some new-crop soybeans are being sold as farmers take advantage of the higher prices. Basis bids to farmers in the past week have largely been unchanged as dealers let the futures d

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