The whirlwind that has been the commodity markets continued with more volatility as March contracts go into delivery. While corn and wheat both saw large gains to kick off the week, soybeans were down close to 70 cents Friday.

A University of Missouri ag economist says the large shifts aren’t a shock as February ends, and that it’s normal for people to leave the market at the end of the month, which can cause a big drop. Additionally, South American corn and soybean production estimates are impacting the market, as well as the tension in Europe as Russia continues its invasion of Ukraine. It’s also important to note that futures contracts can trade outside the limit when in delivery.

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