12-28-2011 08:40 PM
Thanks, agmr. Jeff, the b team seems to be winning so keep up the good work. We might leave you in for awhile. Or at least until the market heads south. Are the ethanol plants going to slow down once the blender tax credit disappears next week?
12-28-2011 09:15 PM
Hey, thanks for your kind words...you know it, as soon as these markets start turning south, the A-Team better be back in here! Ha! We'll do our best to keep this boat headed in the right direction!
Great question on the blender's credit. I'll try to do some rooting around on that tomorrow. Do you think they'll slow down? Seems like just another big demand variable to throw into this ever-growing hopper full of factors potentially moving prices, eh?
Hey, thanks again for sticking around with me this week. Have a great night and see you here in the a.m.!
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12-29-2011 06:45 AM
Someone closer to the ethanol industry mentioned that ethanol might've been stockpiled the last couple months more than usual. I'm not sure about how the tax credits work but it might be a variable that we haven't considered. Especially if most of my corn ends up at an ethanol plant.
12-30-2011 10:22 AM
Sorry Jeff, didn't see this until just now. If I had to put money on the game, I sure wouldn't put it on my Big Red. I still don't completely understand why we're even in this game. There were a lot of more deserving teams to play the Gamecocks than us. I thought KState probably should have been in this game rather than us.