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Mizzou_Tiger
Senior Advisor

Rain makes grain.........

you would think that the trade would have learned last year that wet feet on corn in June does not bode well when July turns off warmer and drier.........also, wet feet on newly planted soya can lead to issues included SDS, which is put in motion early on with ramifications showing up later in the year............if the long range pattern holds true and northern tier areas stay cool and wet it could spell issues, and southern tier areas burning up with each passing day, and everything in between is currently getting training storms that are dropping buckets of rain.........

 

still holding out for 156 on 89M corn (12.77B)..........Probably 40-42, so make it 41 on 75M soya (3.01B) ...............things have to be dang near perfect from here on out.........next week-10 days does not look promising........

 

anyone wonder what things look like with that kind of crop............what if corn comes in closer to 154 and soya 40...............

 

 

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