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Bob Utterback has more than 26 years of experience and offers producers a disciplined approach to marketing.
When late planting occurs you need to plant shorter-season corn... meaning less than 100 days... that way you can help protect yourself some against a frost. It just makes sense.
One would think with all daa snow around us, it would be time for that Old Bear market to crawl in da hole..Long Live The Bull !
Both corn and soybean yields need to be adjusted higher. Those bullish demand figures were valid when U.S. corn was cheap, now it is the most expensive feed grain. Maybe we should try to feed some of the 850 million extra bushels of wheat. Expect a sharp drop in prices after our insurance payments are wipped out by this rally.