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07-04-2014 06:07 PM
key dates is many market plans
By then you used to somewhat have
A good idea where things were.
By then the corn would be well along.
corn would start tassel and we.would
Have the forecast that if pollination
Would be good, or hot and dry or
Well kids, where are we at?
It used to be if it looked good. Might
Be time to lock in some.prices.
If not, you basically do nothing.
So, do we hold'em or fold'em. ?
07-04-2014 11:45 PM
It is the most immature corn crop I have ever seen on the 4 th of July. We are normally tasseled by now and few of our fields are there. And we have used a lot of water to get this far.