It could hit 100˚F in Des Moines next Wednesday.
That in and of itself is not entirely abnormal, but it does help drive home a larger point – extreme heat is descending on large areas of the Corn Belt.
And that heat might bring some grain marketing opportunities with it, according to Joe Vaclavik, founder and president of Standard Grain. That’s because some grain prices are already within pennies of 12-month highs, he says.
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