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Tid Bits...

10 minutes of pure depression...

 

Tomm Phitenmier(bad spelling) was the 

 

analyst on Market to Market

 

Everything is as high as it can get, many 

 

are too high....at least according to him

 

Said the grain belt got good rains...

 

When asked how to protect the upside 

 

if you sold your 15 corn crop now to a dairy

 

he almost choked and laughed.

 

Mr doom and gloom.

 

 

 

 

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Trinity tower factory Newton, Ia

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Ive seen him many times on the show,
he always is saying sell.

Anyone buy his services?

Oh yea, everyone got good rain.

Looked at 7 day precipitation map.

Changed againg, we were going to get

.75 to an inch, now
.25 to .50

We are now seeing yellow patches in
Good wheat. Wheat very dark in
Color.

You see we're not in the market and
We don't understand.

Would it be a good market to market
To get a bunch of us on it, to let
Us give our opinion.
We would need to show up 6 hour
Before taping, to make many of
Us presentable.

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I`ve always called Tomm Pftzenmaier  "Tomm BuyaPutsenmayer", he`s always talking about "buying a put" .  On M-to-M,  a feed buyer tweeted the question if he should buy corn before fall and Tomm told him to "buy a call"  ...I`m sorry but  Smiley LOL 

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Progressive Party Welcomes Global Warming

A farm in Northeast Iceland.

A farm in Iceland. Photo: Páll Stefánsson.

In a draft resolution to be presented at this weekend’s bi-annual congress of the Progressive Party, which is chaired by Prime Minister of Iceland Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson, global warming is described as bringing “exciting” opportunities.

“With a warming climate, new and exciting opportunities are created: increased grain production, tree farming and more diverse domestic food production, which is part of enforcing Icelandic agriculture,” the draft resolution reads.

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It has been their foothold to power.
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Run Your Fans on stored corn

 

Ray J sez they are getting close to 20% of the corn coming in at +16% moisture.

 

The local kaup (sound cow manure makes hitting hard ground) is getting in lots of damp corn too. Enough to be running their big dryer.

 

It may seem cheap but let it go out of condition and explain that to your wife and banker. 

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Another dead miss for many in Kansas in the rain dept..

 

http://www.cocorahs.org/States.aspx

 

Click on a state to see the totals. Most are posted once a day, usually at 7am.

 

By  clicking on a county you can see specific totals and exact locations.

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Market this...

 

Wonder what his put/call advice would be here?

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Last year's,flood damaged corn ...three floods 

 

More than fifty percent damaged kernels  was rotary hoed down last fall and burned a couple of weeks ago.

 

Might be a reason I'm a die hard get it in the bin before you sell it kind of guy?

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