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Darrin Steinert One would think... 07/03/2013 @ 3:36am If one reads and buys into this article, you'd think we would be heading back to LPD days. Bookmark this column and come back to it around Oct. or Nov. and lets see what is said about this "Bumper Crop" then. When people take an ag tour, they need to drive further than the suburbs of their own town.

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Re: Re: One would think... 07/03/2013 @ 9:05pm YOU HAVE to hand it to these people who write such articles but it makes you wonder why don't they address the fact that this years so called record production it will not come from IOWA ......TOO MUCH prevented planting corn some thought those acres would go to soybeans they don't understand crop insurance when prevented planted payments add up to a muddy bean field income you take prevented planting the same goes for soybean...... neither crop is a record crop in the mud the RECORD crop will have to come from the fringe areas...... and who will take that bet

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