That $6 price was at the Scoular grain terminal east of Salina, says salina.com.
1 Jul 2015 – Farmer Mark Pettijohn, from the Solomon area, calculated the increase at $1.20 a bushel over the past 10 days, all while he was harvesting his crop.
Art Barnaby, a farm economist at Kansas State Research and Extension, offered some speculation hinged on some wild weather this spring, which drenched areas with excess moisture.
What have I been saying about fighting in the streets for food?
Thanks to Kingbum for this link.
“Here’s your proof,” says Kingbum. “These floods have caused food prices to begin to rise. For your readers especially in the US this article is an important read.”