chad borman 10/11/2013 @ 8:43am
We all know when the USDA come back online everything will be bearish so you can keep these prices down. How long you traders gonna ignore the horrible yeilds in ia,il,parts of mn and sd or dont those states count this year?
Wendy Hilliard 10/11/2013 @ 1:39pm
I've seen some of the best yields we've had and some yields as bad as last year. It's extremely variable. We had a lot of rain....corn drowned out in places, nitrogen loss, and we got a hot snap right about pollination time. It all depends on when it was planted.
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