The world is a much smaller place than it ever was. When it comes to areas like feed grains, what was once a very localized trade is now increasingly international. That requires a new level of international awareness for producers, especially in times marked by historic highs and increasingly tight supplies. So what should we consider when we look ahead?
RealAgriculture.com spoke to Mike Jubinville of ProFarmer Canada about some of the considerations for the next 6-12 months in the feed grains markets. We talked to Mike at the 2012 Canfax Cattle Market Forum in Calgary, Alberta.
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