mark madsen 06/30/2014 @ 9:31pm
with the record flooding in iowa and other parts of the midwest i wouldnt count on that record crop just yet. we just had 5.5 inches of rain in 2 hours. our great looking crop now looks like crap.
chad borman 06/30/2014 @ 11:51am
Great job once again on getting the usda to do you're bidding,you all are a complete disgrace to farmers. Today when you do your little video instead of feeding us a line of BS maybe you should apologize for what you are doing to farmers,then after that grab one of your usda buddies and get in your expensive can a drive out to each farmer in the nation and look us in the eyes and see if we believe the line of crap you are telling us,then explain how we are to pay our bills with prices this low.
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