The grain markets had a lot to digest last week. Missiles hit Poland and there was concern that the Russia Ukraine war was expanding. The Federal Reserve Chairmen said interest rates may rise much faster and higher that the "markets" anticipate at this time. Then there was concern that COVID cases were increasing in China and there may be additional lockdowns.

By the close Friday corn was a little higher and beans a fair amount lower. Remember Thanksgiving is coming up next week. The last couple years it has been a pretty good week for the grains. Click on the link above and listen to Gordy talk about the ag markets last week.

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