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Grain harvest delayed, but better weather expected

Grain harvest delayed, but better weather expected

Corn harvest is delayed for many as rains have come through. However, the extended outlooks are dry and warm, Bryant Sanderson of CHS Hedging said this morning.

Daily export demand will be watched closely for signals to fundamental support for soybeans as the weekly export sales are pushed back to tomorrow morning due to the government holiday Monday of this week, Total Farm Marketing said.

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