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Corn and soybean futures rose modestly in trading Friday as rainfall threatens to slow planting.
Corn and soybean export sales fell last week, the USDA said.
After Brazilian farmers watched a drought drop 2015/16 soybean yields, the second corn harvest (safrinha), faces big yield losses due to adverse weather.
Ag economists compare today's ag economy to the 1980s Farm Crisis.
Even with everything going on in the soybean market, remember to stick to your plan.
Grain and soybean futures close higher amid strong demand for corn, beans and meal.
Grain and soybean futures close lower as a stronger dollar cuts purchasing power for overseas buyers.