Bradley Schmidt 10/23/2013 @ 10:38am
"This large improvement is likely the result of better than expected yields in most states, with the exception likely the northern Plains states (North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota). " - Read it again before you make such negative statements next time.
chad borman 10/23/2013 @ 12:10pm
sorry mr perfect but in a previous report they said the yields in mn and ia were better then first thought.
chad borman 10/22/2013 @ 8:23am
Better yields in mn,sd,nd um thats a lie
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