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vrbuck
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Registered: ‎05-13-2010

If the rains come as advertised

With the change in the jet stream. Ya all are gonna blame me for killen the bean prices like the corn price. No gap up so technically it was just a dcb. Corn will be in the 177-180 national average. And beans in the 45-47 average. If you haven't sold yet it's your own fault.
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elcheapo
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Re: If the rains come as advertised

Mr. Webmaster, can you change vrbuck to
Johnnie sunshine. ?
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vrduck
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Re: If the rains come as advertised

"If you haven't sold its your own fault". Good job captain obvious. Corn 170 beans 42.
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vrbuck
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Re: If the rains come as advertised

Vr the saying goes like this ......imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
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Wind
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Re: If the rains come as advertised

That IF is the biggest one this season.

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aaron-neill
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Registered: ‎05-17-2010
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177-180?????  You must be doing something too early today to blow numbers around like that.  It's statistically impossible.  Why don't you post some actual state yields to get an average even close to 177....

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turdypointbuck
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Re: If the rains come as advertised

165 and 42

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buckfarmer
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Re: If the rains come as advertised

What were last year's final numbers?
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NCILL
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155 corn and 42 beans

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buckfarmer
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Re: If the rains come as advertised

I was thinking .. Last year the eastern fringe acres yielded like the big corn regions of the Midwest. Many farms averaging over 200 BPA. This year they will be back to near normal (below 150). Can the traditional corn regions carry 165 without help? Seems like a few hiccups out there could lead to a shorter crop than expected.