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10-01-2016 02:51 PM
not half way through corn harvest yet and just got a look at the number of trucks dumping with a moisture of 12%
lets see that is 48 bushels per load "gone with the wind"...
If we have mold using up a similar amount of marketable weight in the corn belt....
I want to ........... a deep breath here......
Lets see............ If we can sue........... second deep breath.........
If we all are scrambling to get on the bandwagon to sue Syngenta, or maybe that is china now, and have been for two years, why can't we all sue USDA for promising a record crop creating the same market affect..... Seems like that would be a more probable suit to win. And a guarantee it would be heard in a US court where the government is blamed for its mistakes on a daily basis... and always expected to pay........
Can we get it in REAL.... or Euros??
Good time for me not to hear from usda for a while....