Least they could do is tell us what kind of pot they where smoking when they printed their numbers
How about a google meet-up? I think I could gather some of them and present the panel in Marketing Talk. I like your idea, Mizzou_Tiger.
Let's see what we can do.
Or USDA missed the corn number - we'll know at harvest time.
Tiger, the tigerland corn crop has to be a monster if you have enough N out there. I walked several fields yesterday, the 3 weeks of dry hurt the clay rocky spots, but the spots with good/average soil are very good.
They had better schedutle it at an hour when he is least likely to have been in the sauce.
Weren't a lot of them within 1-3 bushels? I don't think I'd consider missing by .5% to 2% off by a country mile. I think this crop will get a little bigger and your estimate of 12.8 billion will be off by a billion bushels. That is much closer to country mile territory in my opinion.
I hope I am wrong and we see a rally this winter/next spring.
Neither of you post anything constructive.......
If I'm a loon then why do you follow me around and waste the effort..........I feel like I should be wearing a T-shirt with the words IM WITH STUPID that has a huge arrow pointing at you two clowns
Wanna be constructive answer me this........
Corn at dough stage this week is 54%
Corn at dough stage in 2013 for this week was 30%
Corn at dough stage in 2004 for this week was 42%
Seems like something doesn't jive with maturity and ear weights especially if we are supposed to be behind 2013 in maturity and 2004 was an early spring by at least month
Crops hammering along pretty quick for a late start compared to 2004 and 2013.
So what's ur take on this. Fast grain fill equals less bushels
So someone is not telling the truth?