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Landonan
Senior Reader

Re: Hey VR..........why don't you look down the freaking page..........

I don't mind bearish news, well I guess in reality we don't naturally like it, but if it is bearish so be it! Most all info is helpful for planning so bring it on. I just dislike all the attitudes where it seems like being right is more important than a solid stream of info and dialluge. I have always said "I can raise corn better than I can sell it", so I am always looking for help.
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sw363535
Honored Advisor

Re: Hey VR..........why don't you look down the freaking page..........

If---------------I read my emails from my broker-----and just read the open forum section for entertainment-------------and skipped the marketing section while you two marginalize it---------------I would be informed and off to work quicker.  Doing some real marketing.

 

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vrbuck
Advisor

Re: Hey VR..........why don't you look down the freaking page..........

http://www.fas.usda.gov/export-sales/highlite.htmhttp://www.fas.usda.gov/export-sales/complete.htm http://www.fas.usda.gov/export-sales/summfax.htm http://www.fas.usda.gov/export-sales/esrd1.html four links knock yourself out. Just remember it isn't an export until it leaves on the boat, that is why I like looking at inspections.
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Silverwheaton
Senior Contributor

Re: Hey VR..........why don't you look down the freaking page..........

Thank you very much.  I like inspection the most too.  But sales are interesting too.

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GoredHusker
Senior Contributor

Re: Hey VR..........why don't you look down the freaking page..........

Normally, I like to look at the inspections as well.  However, they really haven't told the real story the past few years.  In the past few years, just looking at the inspections it appeared we would fall short of projections.  USDA seems to have a difficult time with train shipments to Mexico.  When those are accounted for near the end of the marketing year, we seem to hit real close to what USDA projected for exports.  Because of this, I have started the past year or so putting more faith in the export sales rather than the shipments.  If things continue as they have thus far in this marketing year, it appears as though USDA has understated exports for corn by roughly 100 million bushels.  It must be noted though that if things continue as they have the past month for ethanol we could easily gain those 100 million bushels from what isn't used for ethanol. 

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