Wheat and corn futures are rising after storms in the Midwest over the weekend threatened both crops.
Wheat for December delivery rose 7.75 cents to $6.9475 a bushel Monday and December corn rose 6 cents to $4.4925 a bushel.
Weekend storms delayed the corn harvest and also caused delays in planting winter wheat, said Todd Hultman, a grain analyst with DTN/The Progressive Farmer in Omaha, Neb.
In other commodities trading, crude oil fell 81 cents to close at $103.03 a barrel in New York. Production in the Gulf of Mexico got back on track after a storm system passed through the area.
Metals prices mostly rose, with December gold up $15.20 to $1,325.10 an ounce.