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08-02-2018 01:59 PM
08-02-2018 04:31 PM - edited 08-02-2018 04:34 PM
buck 174 is a pipe dream this year.
good heavy usda hash acid trip dream. Won't be the wreck 2011-2 was but not far from it. Most of KS saw 112 degrees in pollination. dryland corn going to silage pit by august 10... ears not making .........
Super cold too long in spring.....Too hot in May ---- and now rushing to finish... Not a good year. A year for small records...... field by field........record b/a up and down.
Record sales for steel equipment because chemicals fell on their face in many areas....... Record numbers of sweeps run-ing in Ks fields this summer.
Wheat acres will be up 2019 because lots of milo, corn and wheat acres failed in 2018 not just small areas..... big parts ofthe midwest.....
Talked to a big custom harvest crew yesterday in ND ----- haven't seen decent wheat all season....starting in Texas. "Fall dry land crops do'nt look much better".
USDA amazigly silent.
08-04-2018 07:20 AM - edited 08-04-2018 07:26 AM
Could not agree with you more on this!! Appreciate your thoughts! Tarriffs are nothing but a tax and to think that a tax will bring better free trade and help negotiations is pretty naive!! Trump=progresssive liberal democrat that has a lot of republicans duped. Still a conservative constitutional limited government guy.
08-04-2018 11:09 AM