10-06-2013 06:43 PM
99% of the beans in Ohio are ripe........the rain has only hindered and delayed harvest here.
10-06-2013 06:47 PM
even though the concensus on here from the farmers was that any precip after Sep 15 was of no consequence for pod fill,
apparently, all other sources of info decided in fact the rain after 9/15 DID make a much larger soy crop? i found the comments pretty amusing (informa post).
10-06-2013 07:16 PM
How about the nearly 4' of snow they received in parts of South Dakota, how will that affect their harvesting? I can't imagine 48" of snow in between corn and soybean rows can be much help. Is this a new concept of in field drying, freeze dried perhaps?
10-06-2013 09:25 PM
It's probably time to start considering the possibility we're about to get our azz handed to us on this crop. There is absolutley ZERO reason for any moves higher....as long as the pipeline is flowing with NC and combines are rolling.....the next couple weeks will see a steady decline in prices....and by the time anyone gets a handle on just how big this thing is...the market will be trading the next big monster 2014 crop.
I'll bet those seed company yields on seed fields are out of sight too for the most part....probably a big price reduction in the works there....NOT!