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mark guildenzoph 05/02/2013 @ 4:29pm Really going back almost thirty years to try to justify a season that is not too accurate. With weather conditions changing for the worst again and most of us farmers have zero acres planted you can already assume yields dropping for the up coming harvest. Why am I telling you this take a ride through the entire corn belt it is very obvious? Now lets be honest does it even matter because in the June USDA report there will be so much speculation that the market will crash again another dollar regardless what is happening in the field. Should never have seen these low prices to begin with according to the real data, But that never slowed you guys down before.

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