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07-07-2013 08:46 AM
Solved! Go to Solution.
07-07-2013 05:03 PM
Clayton-- I just talked to Hobby on the phone about a half an hour ago - he said it was bad - history makeing is what he said - heck he was still driving to the North in MN and was about to Minneapolis !
Knowing Hobby as I do -- it's hard to tell where he will end up .
07-07-2013 05:54 PM
Supper is here try again another time
Ecin is right about what he quoted me saying
07-07-2013 06:22 PM
Go to Mason CityIowa and take day trips 50to 60 miles
You pick the direction go sw towards Ft Dodge
North on up I 35
How about ne to Rochester Mn
Did you see Shaggys picts of his ks crops?
Gets worse as you go west from him
I can't post picts of anything as I can't post bad looking crop
Somebody thinks we are going to grow 13 or 14 b bushels ofcorn that either isn't planted or is beat up and three weeks behind is smoking their socks
07-07-2013 06:36 PM
This is a big deal
There is more prime ground that normally would grow more corn than many of the fringe states such as Ohio sitting idle
Saw a lot of freshly wilted weeds and several farmers out field cultivating or discing... It is July
10's of thousands of vacant acres just along I 35 alone
If I was gambler... the corn crop is not out there...
Much is too little to make anything but hominy at best with a late freeze