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Steven Paschall 03/29/2013 @ 8:55am
Wow they found more bushels,imagine that. I would like to know were. Grain buyers in my area are offering up to a.75 cent premium for corn, sounds like tight supplies to me. Something tells me they will loose these magical bushels in a latter report. I have been farming 30 years , USDA has lost all credibility with me.They are more interested in manipulating the markets than working on behalf of the American farmer.
chad borman 03/28/2013 @ 4:14pm
No surprise the USDA magically found more bushels they do this when they need to drop the prices,the only liers are the USDA they do this every year and as in the past 3 yrs they have been wrong but of course the idiots at the cbot believe them. A year ago we were ready to plant this not a wheel has turned yet but that does not count it only counts if the cbot needs a reason to knock prices down.
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