The 2020/2021 crop year has been 12 months of shocks and surprises. Canola nearly doubled in price and soybeans topped $15 per bushel, during a price rally that came out of nowhere. Ed White of the Western Producer, and Phil Franz-Warkentin with Glacier MarketsFarm, explain what has happened in grain markets since August 2020. Also, most Prairie farmers believe we are in a dry weather cycle, but is that actually true? Barrie Bonsal, of Environment Canada, shares his expertise on the definition and causes of dry cycles. Hosted by Robert Arnason.