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Huh? 07/18/2013 @ 5:18am I'm not really sure how a "yield model" can predict higher prices when Kansas University's Vegetative Index maps are mostly yellow, when compared to the average. Only this week did northern Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio obtain any green. http://kars.ku.edu/maps/greenreport/

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Corn Belt 07/16/2013 @ 11:32pm Who else is SICK of hearing about the corn belt. So much other product is grown elsewhere in this country. Three years of drought here now, all wasted time and resources.

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Bearish crop outlook 07/16/2013 @ 2:36pm I think you should be a consultant for the USDA, they use your input and Pro Ag yield models to help them with there monthly reports!

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Re: Re: Bearish crop outlook 07/16/2013 @ 9:00pm No wonder the funds claim they all lost money last year!

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