Trendline yields are not going to happen!
Steve Dodson 06/04/2013 @ 8:56am
Go take a crop tour of Mo., IA, IL. Wi., Min.,the Dakotas . Virtually all riverbottom acreage is lost, slow maturing corn and very little emerged soybeans. . Still cool and wet. I've planted beans July 1st before and they don't yield well. Didn't rain here the last 2 years in July, August. I don't think driving the markets down with B.S. yield numbers will garner to many futures sales! Let's try to get some accurate reports for once!
Re: Re: Trendline yields are not going to happen!
chad borman 06/04/2013 @ 9:52am
These traders will continue to grasp at anything to knock the prices down.
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