10-28-2013 11:55 AM
You know the one about the USDA is wrong that the crops are a disaster out in corn country and prices cannot fall. Still waiting for that bullish report that will put grain stocks levels where they ought to be.
For you folks that think government can do nothing right, keep thinking that. But don't bet against the american farmer. If he doesn't produce it won't be from lack of trying.
10-28-2013 12:03 PM
A corrollary to that.
The significant growing region with this problems was centered on N. IA and S. MN.
Don't bet against good dirt.
ven if nobody's getting any personal bests, sounds like there's enough to chip in to the total.
10-29-2013 11:18 AM
farmers are the true heros. lucky for the us citizenery, they love to produce.
easier for a spec, sometomes advisory like me to say WELL of course have some crop sold eary etc etc.
it is tough te be objectove especially after 2-3 yrs of high prices.
we need to be disciplined and know the rules of ag econ 101. high prices bring greater planing and
prices trendto teh COP.
we have to have some % sold by harvest, knowing price can take off post harvest.
the forum does some harm, those that are in bad areas extrapolate, we can't.
10-29-2013 11:22 AM
10-29-2013 02:48 PM