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north ia farmer
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Marketeye

Do enjoy reading your post but man we all know this market is about weather in US and SA.We all know it's dryer than  a popcorn fart in US and the grains will keep going higher on dry conditions.So how about some info on what happens if we do get some moisture this spring and summer and we do raise a crop.Maybe your so call contacts can info us if any demand and what demand as been lost and will these eplants that have closed the doors or about to close open there doors again.There's a 50-50 chance we raise a avg or better crop so let's hear what your men have to say.

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c-x-1
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Re: Marketeye

here is a good guess for you...so if there's a 50% chance of better crop, then there's a 50% chance usage will increase from current levels.

 

--hope this helps.

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farmerguy89
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Re: Marketeye

lol

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north ia farmer
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Re: Marketeye

c-x-1,thats a hellva answer.

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Pat in CMO
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Re: Marketeye

I would say the chances of raising an above average crop are less than 50%, with such a large area that has virtually no subsoil moisture.  Patrick

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north ia farmer
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Re: Marketeye

Com'on Pat, why is everybody so negative?

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marketeye
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Re: Marketeye

North ia farmer,

Your request is fair enough. I will track down that perspective tomorrow.

Mike
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Farmerjoe79
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Re: Marketeye

Boys I will tell you something and I know it's about 99% right. Whatever Nia farmer does do opposite cause his marketing skills suck:smileyhappy:
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Farmerjoe79
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Re: Marketeye

Marketeye help this guy out cause he needs it.
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north ia farmer
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Re: Marketeye

Thanks