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Honored Advisor
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Corn from anywhere else.

We herd one of the many fall back positions from the info manipulators this last week....

Something about that big corn crop in Brazil.........

here is a little perspective.

 

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Honored Advisor
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Re: Corn from anywhere else.

another or two for consumption....

 

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Re: Corn from anywhere else.

Interesting  reads  -  days of use  daunting  or  affable --- 

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Brazil is right close to 100MMT for this year. That is a big jump from 75 and it will go somewhere. Not sure it matters as long as we can keep the heat sliding to the east :-)

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It's getting pretty rough out west. 100 most every day now.
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The world might just need corn from other places.

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And around 100 forecast for the next two weeks. Any idea how many of the extra million acres of corn in the last USDA report were in Kansas? A lot of acres that would have been milo were switched to corn to avoid sugar cane aphids. At least you could spray for aphids, a lot of extra acres of dryland corn that might not make much.
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North of Wichita just about all the dryland corn is in beans this year.  Very little milo. Irrigated is 50/50.

And the dryland beans really need a drink.

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It's getting pretty rough out west. 100 most every day now.
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So your saying if we got all the extra 25 mmt from them it would replace 7% or 1/15th of our projected crop
Or we're ok until we go below 14 billion bu??