Daniels Trading commodity futures broker Craig Turner discusses our positions in corn, wheat, hogs, and cattle. We also take a look into what has caused Cotton to rally so much higher. Want to know what to look for in the futures and commodity markets? Then take a listen to Inside Commodity Futures podcast!
Daniels Ag Marketing will be hosting a special pre-event dinner and discussion panel on Wednesday, March 1 before Commodity Classic in San Antonio this year. Join us for our “2017 Ag Strategy & Marketing Panel” – Space is Limited!
Craig Turner – Commodity Futures Broker
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Turner’s Take Ag Marketing | 2017 Corn Outlook - Turner’s Take Ag Marketing sees 2017 corn prices having a possible range from $2.90 to $4.25 given various supply and demand scenarios, with an end of season target price of $3.95. To find out more about how we determine the range of prices and our 2017 target price, please sign up below for our 2017 Corn Outlook Report from Turner’s Take Ag Marketing.
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