After a Bumper 2021, Grain Producers Prepare for Volatility

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As the world emerged from pandemic lockdowns in 2021, surging demand saw U.S. grain exports soar by 28%. However, it appears 2022 will offer a slightly different story, as producers face an array of unknowns, including inflation, growing conditions and supply constraints. How can grain producers manage risk in 2022? Presented by @CME Group:

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