chad borman 07/23/2013 @ 7:48am
Your rain that fell was very scattered and in places very light your acting like it blanketed the Midwest,so I suppose you all are gonna ignore the 2% drop in crop ratings yesterday? Of course you are cause that would mean you would have to raise the prices,typical keep your head in the sand and ignore the facts.
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