09-03-2013 11:20 AM - edited 09-03-2013 11:22 AM
if you take time to really dig in to details - comparisons of 12/13 even in the east & delta.....start to get the picture, pun intented.
the 60 day conveys how Corn's sufferings likely began before Aug.
perhaps NE, OH only normal yielding states, excluding south??
09-03-2013 11:32 AM
It's been very dry here in NW Ohio for the last 3 weeks. Only spotty showers. The crops here aren't gonna finish well either.
09-03-2013 11:36 AM
CX - I would say that Indiana will still be pretty good - Good friend from Vincennes called this morning - and they started shelling corn down there - I asked how it was doing - 209 dry corn on dry land .
Now thats great for down there - they have a lot of sandy type soil .
09-03-2013 12:04 PM
ECIN - over 200 - THAT'S A WOW - good for them...more concern on soy.
hey i found an answer, doesn't seem right, though.... SA total bean prod was ONLY 2 mil met tonnes more from 2012-1013???
what do you find?
09-03-2013 12:13 PM
Ken is talking out of his ass again. I'm 50 miles from Vincennes....alot of that sandy ground is irrigated, and is usually planted EARLY. That 200+ will be the exception, not the rule.
09-03-2013 12:21 PM
BF - I'm sorry here but I'm going to have to throw a bullchit flag here ! For one thing - you wouldn't know 200 bpa corn from 100 bpa corn !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! How many -- How many times have YOU called me and said -- OH Kenny - I'm screwed here - we got 22 inchs of rain in 10 minutes AND then have to replant it 14 times AND then shell 230 bpa corn !!!!!!!!!!!!! OR how about the time you called and said ??? OH Kenny - I'm Screwed here ! it hasn't rained in 40 days or nights - chit is all burn't up - I can see across the fields for 10 miles and -- THEN it makes ???? yes you got it ! 230 bpa --
I'm sorry my friend -- but it's you that don't chit from shine ! LMAO
BTW_______ True story !