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rawhide
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HEADLINE

HEADLINE!  0CT.7 EDITION    FARMWORLD WEEKLY PAPER     USDA SAYS GRAIN PRICES FROM JULY TO AUGUST DIPPED!

 

"A GOOD HARVEST COULD NEGATIVELY IMPACT CORN AND SOYBEAN PRICES"  says Randy Martenson

 

 

                                                 PURE GENIUS!

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BA Deere
Honored Advisor

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Hindsight is 20/20  🙂

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WCMO
Senior Advisor

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roarintiger1
Honored Advisor

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Here's your sign.....................

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elcheapo
Veteran Advisor

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No $%&@ Sherlock !
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OKdon
Senior Contributor

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WELL IT IS BIG NEWS! You were positive that the Usda was tainting the figures in order to drive prices lower. Don't you think that you naysayers owe the producers a big apology for distracting them from making marketing decisions that could have trimmed some huge losses.

 

No matter what the Usda reports, You folks are against it. The big bad government is always responsible for hard times right? Even for your poor judgement.

WCMO
Senior Advisor

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I think the point was simply a jab at "stating the obvious", has nothing to do with anything else good, bad or ugly..

sw363535
Honored Advisor

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Wrong Don,

 

The big bad government doesn't produce anything.......  not a crop and not even reliable data.  What they do over produce is Reports full of unreliable data that is always in a state of revision.  And what they do with that "ever changing/non factual" data is facilitate more fluxuation in the price of commodities throughout the year, than the crop producers and end users combined.  

Tell me Don, in what year did USDA change policy from not interfering with the markets to directing them...

Jim Meade / Iowa City
Senior Advisor

Analyzing Market Information

>>The big bad government doesn't produce anything.......  not a crop and not even reliable data.  What they do over produce is Reports full of unreliable data that is always in a state of revision.  And what they do with that "ever changing/non factual" data is facilitate more fluxuation in the price of commodities throughout the year, than the crop producers and end users combined.  <<

 

One of the great benefits of this Marketing Talk forum is to observe and gauge how farmers react to market information and act upon it.  

 

That  observation can be incorporated into one's marketing plan.

 

The object is to sell high and buy low.  Knowing how others analyze the same data can inform one's decisions.

 

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roarintiger1
Honored Advisor

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That's all fine & dandy.......But using accurate data helps.   Smiley Wink

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