What a job
Joe Shryock 06/12/2013 @ 7:38pm
Well lets just leave everything the same as last report, we cant go to wrong there, so what if all corn got planted at the latest date ever, we can change it a year and a half from now after mid term elections and blame higher prices on GOP newly elected reps.
chad borman 06/12/2013 @ 12:15pm
Gee what a shock another bearish USDA report like everyone didn't see that coming,they can only lie for so long but even when they do the cbot will listen so they can knock the prices down. Like I keep saying head in the sand.
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