chad borman 05/12/2014 @ 5:36pm
Mike,I hope you know that farmers don't believe half of the BS that you and the USDA come with to justify knocking our prices down,hard to have any faith or respect for people that sit behind a desk and write reports when they are not out in the fields and walking in our shoes,your people have no regard for the farmers so don't act like you are our friend you represent your self and only look out for yourself.
chad borman 05/12/2014 @ 8:50am
Rain is bearish? Are you kidding me,midwest has inches and inches of rain and can' t get in the fields and its bearish,you people are such idiots its painful
Mike McGinnis 05/12/2014 @ 2:16pm
Thanks for your response. We are always looking to serve our customers to the fullest extent. I wanted to offer some further thoughts on this bearish trade. We had some back-to-back sunny and warmer days that allowed for speedy planting. The rain started Saturday, but that doesn't mean everyone in the Midwest got it. This afternoon's Crop Progress Report will prove out this thought that rapid planting occurred. Now, the rain that you are talking about may be bullish if it keeps raining this week. But, that's not what the outlook calls for Monday. Anyway, thanks again for your interest in Agriculture.com markets coverage.
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