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Re: testing & some grain thoughts

Often producers extrapolate their local area onto the US map, but the market trades the composite and

never are there perfect conditions everywhere, that would be the oddity. This crop is screaming forward.

 

Observation I sense some producer sentiment is subconsciously feeling the heaviness coming on and is trying to fight

it. 

Wishing a good year for all here.

 

Artifice.

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It's time the extremist and gratuitious labeling stops!

The best that could be said - and it would be a stretch - is kettle calling the teapot black. I really don't understand what you gain by trying to marginalize with unfounded extremist charges. You reveal either the lack of education in the area of political history or your willingness to play modern branding games to win at the cost of all principles.


If you can't debate the issues then stay quiet and let the rest have at it without breaking in with irrelevancies.

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Re: testing & some grain thoughts

You have to be kidding oncearound right!!!!   this is the 2nd or 3rd fastest emerged crop in 30 yrs.  by what ever date you use let's see emergence rate was slower in April than in May as a % of planting .     shocking simply shocking ,  wonder if the ground warming up in May vs April might have some thing to do with it

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Re: testing & some grain thoughts

most every state in the top 18 had a warmer on average April than May to date, thus is why part of the crop was planted so fast. Emergence has suffered because late April into early May turned cold & wet.............

 

uh, you may have missed it in your Utopia there, but a lot of ground in the Midwest saw frost &  freezing temps on May 9, 10th? ................your theory is severely flawed.

 

"shocking simply shocking ,  wonder if the ground warming up in May vs April might have some thing to do with it".............................................................................using this thread for reference, that really looks like a statement Artifice would have made????

 

 

link shows C Ia corn planted on 4/13/10 and was hit by frost....................... for those whom didn't know of the May cold &  wet spell

 

http://talk.newagtalk.com/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=168512&mid=1211600#M1211600

 

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Re: It's time the extremist and gratuitious labeling stops!

Who is Pauloser talking to ?

 

Economics 001.

Behavioral finance, everyday Joe  thinks he  wanted to be long commodities,, indexers,and that created premia

for producer harvest,

 

what happens when he realizes the cost of carry is more than the niminal price over time and he wants OUT

 

who will bid?

 

Art

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Re: testing & some grain thoughts

Artifice, Do you burn N gas or propane?

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Re: testing & some grain thoughts

N Gas- what is he catch?

 

Propane is risky, tight supply, production can't respond like ngas.

Ngas looks like there is endless surplus.

 

Art

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Re: testing & some grain thoughts

ray h. my recollection of 93 was cool cloudy and wet in nw ia. didnt get the floods that they got along the missisippi.d7

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Re: testing & some grain thoughts

dapper well said

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Re: testing & some grain thoughts

Oncearound nice chapter and verse but the point still is that this corn crop emerged faster than almost any crop in history.

 

So let's review corn crop went in fastest in history at least the first 80% did percent emerged VS percent planted top five in history % emerged top 3 history , crop cond. in very good shape

 

Believe what you want if you think this crop has problems get long the board and keep holding all of last years crop I think this crop is off to a very nice start and will act accordingly

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