David Holloway 10/29/2013 @ 3:46pm
That's my conclusion from sifting through the comments and what I know of personally.
A 2 billion corn carryout and 300 mb bean carryout has in the past been associated with lower prices than where we are currently.
Harder part is the beans where 300 mb carryout can go right back to 150 should China decide to stock up.
That's why it is all so much fun.
chad borman 10/29/2013 @ 8:22am
all you idiot traders and analyst are a complete disgrace to farmers.
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