Lower grain prices are very likely by this fall.
In the 30-plus years that I have traded corn and soybean futures, I have never seen such bullish and bearish price potential at the same time. It will take a disciplined approach to make the right grain marketing decisions for your farm. Before you get busy planting this spring, write out your plan. Be sure to consider the bullish and bearish factors that could drive prices up or down.
4 Bullish Factors
Use this three-step risk-management plan.
Five marketing rules can help you do the right thing.
Here are five ways to fine-tune your risk-management plan this year.
There are five critical days to watch in 2013.
With increasing crop revenue, you can be optimistic about farm prices and profits.
Expect volatile markets again in 2013.
But the patterns have changed slightly.
Even a bull market can stress your bottom line.