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    May 2, 2013
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    Not Time To Panic About Corn Planting – Yet!

    Markets are driven by fear and greed, and ag markets of late have been characterized by extreme volatility that seems completely removed from the fundamentals. But ultimately, the markets are doing a tremendous job of price discovery. So don’t panic....More
  • Dec 5, 2012
    video

    $4 Corn vs. $9 Corn: Which Will Win Out In 2013?

    Corn and soybean farmers were enjoying record-high prices until a few weeks ago. Once harvest began, some of the sizzle went out of the market. Dr. Chad Hart discussed the changing fundamentals in the grain markets at Iowa State University’s Integrated Crop Management Conference. While the markets have softened, they still offer an opportunity for growers to price their 2013 crops at a profitable level, according to Hart....More
  • combine corn harvest in field
    Oct 31, 2012
    blog

    Let’s Speculate On Corn Prices 8

    In my area of eastern South Dakota, the corn and bean harvests are pretty much completed. Combines have been greased and cleaned and tucked away for the winter, and corn piles are being put to use as weaned calves belly up to the feedbunk. Without a doubt, the drought impacted corn yields across the country. Some growers are only harvesting crop insurance checks this year, while others had record-high yields, resulting in what is expected to be the third largest corn crop in U.S. history....More
  • Sep 28, 2012
    blog

    Here Comes The Brazilian Corn 1

    The U.S. is the world’s greatest producer and exporter of corn. So it was big news this week when Reuters reported the U.S. purchase of 750,000 metric tons of corn from Brazil....More
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