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Bob Utterback has more than 26 years of experience and offers producers a disciplined approach to marketing.
I understand your concernes on the corn gdu.s have you also thought about the late planting of beans and the possibility that they will not mature before ruat moves its way north, I think this year has a higher chance than any other because fo more bean acres and later planting dates.
Dont understand how their can be so much mass confusion on existing soybean stocks. Dont we have computers that can tally 3 billion bushels of soybeans. One month goes by and total disarray. I think producers are at the whims of something cant really put a nam to it. Just an opinion.
Just because the crop is in and looking good doesn't mean big yields. Late planted corn does not yield as well.