Both corn and soybeans have upside pricing potential heading into the bulk of fall harvest in the Midwest, but there’s only so much grain storage to go around. So what’s the best grain storage decision this fall? Export sales, largely to China, are supportive to soybean prices moving forward, giving that crop the potential to move higher down the road and a slight edge over corn in terms of storing for sales later in the year. But corn has built some momentum lately, so traders say it will be important to watch USDA projections for export sales and ending stocks for direction moving forward. See more on the storage decision process here.