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VIDEO: Life after USDA reports

09/13/2010 @ 2:11pm

CHICAGO, Illinois--(Agriculture.com)--Following any USDA report, traders try to answer the question of what's life going to be like.

Based on Friday's government report that lowered 2010 U.S. corn yields and raised U.S. soybean production, keeping world stocks virtually unchanged, going forward, demand is the new buzz word for the grain markets, Tim Hanngan PFGBest.com senior analyst says. IMGLife After USDA Report
Tim Hannagan, PFGBest.com senior analyst

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