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Honored Advisor

Top ten reasons $3 corn would be good for the US

10. Reduced level of "Smug"

 

9.  Too many choices at the grocery store

 

8.  Monsanto could go back to making aspirin.

 

7.  Less complaints about how bad the 80's were.

 

6.  reduced sales on trick pony's

 

5  affordable farm land

 

4.  Many more Ag.com readers as the President brings back the "Victiory Garden" mandatory program.

 

3.  __________________

 

2. __________________

 

1.____________________

 

any help on this one

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Senior Advisor

Re: Top ten reasons $3 corn would be good for the US

Will aid in the rebuilding of the cattle industry.
Senior Advisor

Re: Top ten reasons $3 corn would be good for the US

Keep the fringe areas from planting just to receive an insurance check.
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Veteran Advisor

Re: Top ten reasons $3 corn would be good for the US

Will aid the economy with the production of corn burners.

 

Will make corn once again a viable aternative fuel

 

Jen

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Frequent Contributor

Re: Top ten reasons $3 corn would be good for the US

would increase the accuracy of USDA reports

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Honored Advisor

Re: Top ten reasons $3 corn would be good for the US

Would increase the accuracy of most market advisors.

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Senior Advisor

Re: Top ten reasons $3 corn would be good for the US

Won't have to listen to Kraft-t tell people they were dodgeing tax's anymore  .

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Advisor

Re: Top ten reasons $3 corn would be good for the US

good one- that's a keeper

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Advisor

Re: Top ten reasons $3 corn would be good for the US

will be able to dust off my "50 ways to cook possum" cookbook

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Senior Contributor

Re: Top ten reasons $3 corn would be good for the US

#6. Oxygen and acetylene prices rise as farmers rush to turn their equipment into processed steel before the repo man shows up. #7. Emergency room nurses put in a lot of overtime tending to farmers who injured themselves while turning their equipment into processed steel before the repo man shows up. #8. Liquor store sales soar as farmers motivate themselves to cut all of their machinery up into processed steel before the repo man shows up. #9. Steel prices plummet from a huge influx of processed steel as farmers rush to turn all of their equipment into processed steel before the repo man shows up. 10. AA meetings/demand soars as farmers use overconsumption of alcohol as a defense for cutting all their machinery up into processed steel before the repo man showed up.