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Too wet 06/29/2013 @ 11:44am From Minnesota to Missouri I saw acres of corn with ponds in the low spots and corn that will be knee high by the 4th but that doesn't cut it anymore. Lot's of yellow, uneven corn. We don't need a frost until November. Good luck everyone.

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mark guildenzoph 06/28/2013 @ 2:41pm Sell what, you just seen the stock at a 16 year low because nobody has any to sell. Go figure another report with exaggerated numbers. I farm in central Illinois and like most with the extent of rainfall we planted soybeans in all ground effected do to the late season to begin with. Corn only has so many days to reach maturity doesn't any body else no this. Which means thousands of acres that would have been corn this year are now soybeans, and most of them are severely hurt do to the heavy rains. What is wrong with this system? All I can say is you better pray for a great come back on yields by harvest otherwise expect an all time low on the corn stock for next year. If any one else like myself can stay in business for that long with this disaster of a market. wow unbelievable

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