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POLLINATION IN CENTRAL IOWA 07/18/2013 @ 7:47pm YES IT HAS JUST STARTED SHOOTING TASSILS BUT IMAGINE A FIELD SHOOTING TASSELS AND IN THE SAME FIELD CORN JUST OVER KNEE-HIGH ....QUESTION WITH SOME OF OUR FIELDS DAMAGED LIKE THAT 25% OR MORE DELAYED WILLTHE CORN EVER CATCH UP AND MORE IMPORTANTLY MATURE SO WE MAY BRING IN THE CROP BEFORE NOVEMBER AND WHAT ABOUT TEST WEIGHT MOISTURE ......ALL BROKERS AND ADVISORY SERVCES YELL ABOUT IS GET THAT NEW CROP SOLD ITS GOING TO BE DIRT CHEAP .......IVE GOT 40+YEARS EXPERIENCE FARMING AND I HAVE DRIED OUT AND DROWNDED OUT BUT THIS YEARS CURVEBALLS GOT ME I HAVE NO CROP SOLD AHEAD USUALLY HAVE SOME BUT I AM NOT GONG TO RISK IT I DONT KNOW AS I WILL HAVE MUCH AND THE PRCE WELL SOMEONE WILL BUY IT IF I GET A CROP INSURANCE IS AA GREAT HELP BUT I WOULD RATHER HAVE A CROP

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