USDA Corn News Gets People Tweeting January 10, 2014 05:50 AM Tweet TAGS: Marketing, Overseas December 18, 2014 By Nate Birt Top Producer Managing Editor Email Here's what folks are saying on Twitter in the aftermath of USDA publishing its Jan. 10 reports on annual crop production, grain stocks and more. 1.6 in #corn is much more bullish when you know how much #USDA is reluctant to lower ending stocks #agchat — Avi Rivkin (@Graineron) January 10, 2014 @Cornfrmr ok what's going on corn is up 18 cents now 4.06 at@mead frontier coop — Charlie (@Chass55) January 10, 2014 @marketminute $CORN is now blasting away... thankful that I stayed in — joèl b (@jmb063) January 10, 2014 The on-farm corn stocks # got the attention, but the off-farm total is the highest since pre-1980. Got enough for now pic.twitter.com/qJf9ABBnaI — Gavin Maguire (@RtrsAgAnalyst) January 10, 2014 Corn Pile Biggest Since 1994 as Crop Overwhelms Use: Commodities - Bloomberg http://t.co/VorjZtvAEL — Steve McKenney (@AgView_Steve) January 9, 2014 Spreads and basis as of Dec 1 indicated something was off regarding production numbers. Spreads don't lie, they just fib occassionally #corn — Angie Maguire (@GoddessofGrain) January 10, 2014 was going to get long CORN yesterday but held off because of WASDE today,oh well #opportunitymissed — Tom (@towazy) January 10, 2014 USDA increased US domestic corn use by 100 mln bu and US corn exports 100 mln bu. — D'Arce McMillan (@DArceMcMillan) January 10, 2014 Q: Why did God create Futures analysts ? A: In order to make weather forecasters look good. #usda #corn — Thomas Grisafi (@IndianaGrainCo) January 10, 2014 Main surprises are USDA lowers corn yield; corn stocks lower and wheat stocks higher than expected. $ZC_F $ZW_F — Arlan Suderman (@ArlanFF101) January 10, 2014 Sold some corn b/f repot. Glad I didn't do it all — Doug Saathoff (@CornFarmerDoug) January 10, 2014 Today's corn number is not bullish. It's less bearish than trade expected, so funds are covering short positions. $ZC_F — Arlan Suderman (@ArlanFF101) January 10, 2014 All the beans shorts getting out with the corn guys — michael lee (@bubba12166) January 10, 2014 Good report for corn no doubt. Should cause a ease up on the gas from the bears. — Jason Britt (@jasonlbritt) January 10, 2014 A quick review of what corn, wheat and soybean prices have done after the January USDA report since 1996: pic.twitter.com/av7zbI8A7p — Gavin Maguire (@RtrsAgAnalyst) January 10, 2014 Back to news Click here to learn more about the Million Dollar Wildfire Relief Challenge, and see how you can help in the rebuilding effort.