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mark guildenzoph 12/16/2013 @ 4:19pm It is awfully funny that the corn market goes down 2 cents again because of 180,000 metric ton get rejected does that even matter? When we sold them a million metric ton and the market goes up a fraction of a penny doesn't appear to have a concern to the market price at all just how much money traders can make off another BS reason to trade down. Still waiting on your ethanol bill good luck lol

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mark guildenzoph 12/16/2013 @ 4:19pm It is awfully funny that the corn market goes down 2 cents again because of 180,000 metric ton get rejected does that even matter? When we sold them a million metric ton and the market goes up a fraction of a penny doesn't appear to have a concern to the market price at all just how much money traders can make off another BS reason to trade down. Still waiting on your ethanol bill good luck lol

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