Robert White 08/13/2013 @ 9:23pm
You people should try looking at my crops. Everything is crispy brown from very little rain in two years.
What is this guy smoking ?
Wendy Hilliard 08/13/2013 @ 10:29am
You people should try looking at the crops. My beans are yellow or under water we've had so much rain.
mark guildenzoph 08/13/2013 @ 8:18am
no they're not keeping prices up the market has been cut in half already they just actually went and looked at the crops you should try it there will be no records this year the season was way to late and the weather to inconsistent. The yield numbers are still going to continue to drop until harvest been saying this for two months
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