chad borman 06/16/2011 @ 2:49pm
So let's look at some facts we have millions of acres not planted or are flooded,we have a supply of corn that's falling,we have good exports,we just got done planting,corn and beans are weeks behind in growth,many states keep getting too much rain,you can't guess yield when the crop is again weeks behind am I missing something here?
Re: Re: Seriously
John Smith 06/16/2011 @ 3:20pm
Only thing I can think of is that congress is trying to get rid of the tax cuts for ethanol, this is making people bailout in fear that there will be less ethanol being used/produced. This would cause more corn to be available and change prices for supply/demand.
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