McLean County Farm Bureau

With the potential of the Russia-Ukraine conflict escalating, uncertainty swirls around Ukraine’s ability to plant, harvest and ship its crops.

“When you look at this historically, I can’t remember a time when we were this tight with grain. And any little problem anywhere in the world could send us to the moon.”

— David Kohli, broker


“This just leads to the idea that we’re going to see another reduction in Ukrainian production when we’re still trying to fight back from the lost production of this past season,” Brian Splitt of AgMarket.Net told RFD Radio’s DeLoss Jahnke. And this kind of uncertainty can lead to greater price volatility. READ AND LISTEN