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ECIN
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Re: Floor Talk January 14

gio - was that you Friday Night ? LOL

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marketeye
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Re: Floor Talk January 14

vzapletin,

 

Today's Export Inspections:

Source: USDA 
 
    For the week ending Jan 10, in thousand metric tons. Includes 
waterway shipments to Canada. 
 
Grain             -------week ending-------       current    previous 
                Jan 10       Jan 3       last      mkt yr      mkt yr 
                                         year     to date     to date 
Wheat           288.4       366.0       366.6    14,681.0    16,901.9 
Rye               0.0         0.0         0.0         0.1         0.1 
Oats              0.0         0.2         0.2         7.1         5.5 
Barley            0.2         0.0         0.0       121.6       122.4 
Flaxseed          0.0         0.0         0.0        11.7         1.1 
Corn            234.7       185.8       763.4     6,918.3    15,552.9 
Sorghum           9.2         4.2        23.7       836.1       789.2 
Soybeans      1,064.8     1,088.6     1,117.2    23,294.8    17,422.3 
Sunflower         0.0         0.0         0.0         0.0         0.0 
Total         1,597.3     1,644.9     2,271.1    45,870.5    50,795.4 
  Crop marketing years begin June 1 for wheat, rye, oats, and barley. 
September 1 for corn, sorghum, and soybeans. 
 
   Soybeans inspected and/or weighed for export by country of 
destinations (in thousand metric tons): 
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giolucas
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Re: Floor Talk January 14

Ecin,

 

Too funny.  That was probably me at Purdue, when I was young and had no responsibilities.Time has changed my friend.

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ECIN
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Re: Floor Talk January 14

gio ---- Purdue ? heck i bet you have a shirt from Harry's that sez --- Get Ugly Early -- Don't ya ?  LOL

 

 

Boy them Dairy guys are going threw that Flaxseed !

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giolucas
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Re: Floor Talk January 14

Ecin, Yes, I do. 

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425Cat
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Re: Floor Talk January 14

Won;t get 99 mil unless there is a $6.00 price offering between now and planting

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highyields
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Re: Floor Talk January 14

the corn number is really something isn't it?   half of a year ago.......

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ECIN
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Re: Floor Talk January 14

HY -- on the flip side , how about them beans ? 

 

A good friend from Sturgeon Bay , called this weekend , said that the his elevator had called and need all of his contract beans -- NOW  . He asked the driver what was goingon , driver said that they were loading a train and needed all they could get , farmer asked where are the headed ? driver said they where going to a Bunge Plant in Indiana , well boys there are only 2 here , One in Decatur and the other is here at Morristown .

 

This just me thinking out loud here , but that seems like a long way to source beans from . Where are the Buckeye beans and IL at ?

 

I will say that IF there is a cut back in crush , it will NOT be from over price or lack of export BUT from lack of beans to crush !

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justindavey
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Re: Floor Talk January 14

Hey, Whitesand. I'd be happy to help you work through the sign-in process on our mobile website. If you're not already signed in, go ahead and do that from either the bottom of the home page (m.agriculture.com) or the top of one of the discussion group pages (community.agriculture.com). Once you do that, you should be about to move all around the site and stay logged in. If, over time, you visit the site and notice you're logged out, simply log on again the same way.

 

Let me know if the trouble persists. Thanks!
Justin, Agriculture.com

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nwobcw
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Re: Floor Talk January 14

 2.5" Saturday night in NW Ohio east of Toledo.  About 3" total for Thursday  thru Sunday.   Creeks are over the banks like they are for the spring thaw in March.