Lower prices expected in near term before recovering toward end of year.
Brokers encourage farmers to be patient as market works through trade issues.
Some distressing highs and lows show continued hard economic times for some Illinois and other farmers across the United States.
Fayette county farmers hope to recoup lower wheat yields and test weights through better double-crop soybean output.
Many farmers remain hesitant to invest without knowing more about the technology's lifespan and benefits.
Many farmers south of I-70 could be finished this week, well ahead of schedule.
Producers have several options for becoming BQA-certified to stay up with requirements from some buyers.