What Is The Difference Between Old Crop & New Crop Corn & Soybeans?

19 Apr in Blog, commodity trading, corn futures, futures broker, Kansas City wheat, Michael Seery, Minneapolis wheat, oat futures, rough rice futures, Seery Futures.com, soybean futures, soybean meal futures, soybean oil futures, wheat futures

  What is the difference between old crop & new crop in the agricultural commodities?  When analysts and traders talk about agricultural commodities such as soybeans & corn the one thing they generally mention is old crop versus new crop and that might confuse some beginners on what exactly is the difference.

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