January soybeans closed up 10 1/2 cents Monday after briefly trading as high as $12.00 for the first time in over four years. Corn and wheat prices ended modestly higher along with most other commodities on a day when several media sources reported vaccines could start to become available as early as December.
Windrow formation for burning in a wheat field highly infested with Italian ryegrass in Arkansas. Photo credit: Lauren Lazaro. Louisiana State University