Weather and politics remain unpredictable, as winter sowing campaign approaches.
The wheat market rallied early last week, moving sharply higher after extremely cold weather hit the US winter wheat belt.
From a rainfall perspective, autumn across southern NSW has been scratchier than a cricket ball left in the care of Cameron Bancroft.
As always, there are still more questions than answers when facing the full stretch of a new crop campaign.
The grain markets are still digesting the planted acreage numbers released by the US Department of Agriculture just ahead of Easter.
President Trump's 10 per cent tariff on aluminium and 25pc on steel could have consequences for the global soybean market.