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Wheat: May 20-17

Not much “big-picture” has changed in past two years. Global supply is large and yield adversity is lacking. The most competitive time of year should be summer and fit with seasonal patterns, meaning “low enough”. Spring wheat is to remain an elite class of wheat within peers due to abundance of lower protein non-spring wheat types. Suspect this plays out with protein discounts being steeper more so than premiums being lofty. Keep in mind that discretionary demand for a relatively expensive class of spring wheat is mainly for blending.

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