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Mizzou_Tiger
Senior Advisor

Re: Is mt in the house

Rather decent and getting bigger refer to two entirely different things

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Shaggy98
Senior Advisor

Re: Is mt in the house

Thought the arguement was concerning the final size of the crop.

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Mizzou_Tiger
Senior Advisor

Re: Is mt in the house

Yep and the final crop size of 2013 was under first estimates

IMO 2014 crop gets smaller from here
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vrbuck
Advisor

Re: Is mt in the house

Wasn't your guess 158 for this year? If not refresh my memory. Swing an a miss.
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IllinoisSteve
Senior Contributor

Re: Is mt in the house

The 2013 crop was a hell of a lot bigger than what you predicted.
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Mizzou_Tiger
Senior Advisor

Re: Is mt in the house

12.8 and 3.4

 

crop is far from the bin

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Hobbyfarmer
Honored Advisor

Re: Is mt in the house

Saw 8 foot tall corn with no ears being swathed this afternoon.

300 miles of 150 potential yielding corn in July except the little under irrigation at least 50% of the potential gone due to drought 

Nebraska City to Norton Kansas. Really sad.

 

Yep it's getting bigger....NOT

 

This might just be the exception year.

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farsider
Senior Contributor

Re: Is mt in the house

Hey Steve, usda shows carryout at 1.184 for 13/14. Either they underestimated usage or overestimated crop size and maybe even carryin. With pedv in the news, cattle numbers down, I don't know on chicken, lazy Smiley Happy . And the Dakota boys complaining about shipping and yet we are expecting use 2.5 billion more corn then 12/13. We were told that demand would come back but it would take time so did we grow a that big a crop or is demand back that fast?
vrbuck
Advisor

Re: Is mt in the house

Guys they just used a plug ear weight for this report.  Starting with the sept report they will use real weights.  With the cool summer and adequate rain I would use the ear weights of 04, that would put this crop at  173.5 average.

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Hobbyfarmer
Honored Advisor

Re: Is mt in the house

An area the size Indiana went half rate after the 15 of July in corn yields, acres that had the potential up to that time to go 150+ average .  

 

Natl average 170+ on planted acreage. Nope, nada, ain't gonna happen.

 

Only have a chance at it in Iowa Illinois Indiana, not even gonna happen in Maryland.

 

Your problem is you gotta count all the other states that aren't going to measure up this year'

 

You must work for the gov't. Just because you print it and yell it from the rooftops don't make it so.

 

This may be the year the Emperor has no clothes. 

 

We are now in the middle of Aug and from now on out cool weather and shorter daylight everyday just may not cut the mustard.

 

You are the poster boy for counting eggs as chickens.

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