Robert White 09/27/2013 @ 9:04pm
We'll be alright.
We'll be ok.
Its our local economies.
Who will pay.
mark guildenzoph 09/26/2013 @ 6:36pm
I don't believe anyone is waiting to hear the report it apparently doesn't matter at all according to the last one, the market will trade lower and lower until there is no return. Myself and many other farmers will only be selling enough to cover cost and rent other than that everything will be stored until prices are restored. The traders did this to themselves when everybody is hurting for food it will not be the farmers at the end of the rope. Also, if your looking for yield numbers 25miles south of CBOT corn 155bu. soybeans 32bu not even coming close to the assumptions of most.
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