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Call me when the 2019 crop year is over 11h
Here is part two of our driving tour-44% with nothing. There was more up that what I thought there would be-All of it in the Waterville/Whitehouse area but none of it looked very good
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Casey Kimbrell Jun 13
I guess they just quit caring since is so cheap.
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Marieke Patton 3m
Those rows starting to look a lot like racing lanes - and it’s the 100ft dash from one sprayer track to the next- ready, set, go! 🌽 🏃‍♀️🏅
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Dickasaurus Redneck 49m
I bet someone can save me some research time what was the lowest final ending stocks since 1995 and what year was it?
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Jeremy Wolf Jun 12
Just passed a combine picking in EC ILL and it’s June 12 👀
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GrainCast Jun 11
Unpopular opinion: 170 yield is still possible.
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KUJO Jun 12
I trade as well as . Adding to my short here to make a big bet on dropping from here. Patience.
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Karen Braun Jun 8
Putting nitrogen fertilizer on the in S. Illinois. The producer says this is the worst the field has ever looked at this point in the season. Still a long way to go. Check out the next picture for a crazy comparison to the same field a year ago 👇🏻
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Darin D. Fessler Jun 13
Over 2400 Dec $6 calls have traded.
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Karen Braun Jun 10
Here's a look at the fields this weekend versus a year ago. The 8-field average condition rating is 3.78/5 compared with 4/5 a year ago. The emerged corn looks fairly good for the most part, just developmentally very far behind a year ago.
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Shaeffer Steward Jun 13
I reiterate, this is not the time to be focusing on demand as the trade is focused on supply side issues BUT...….at some point this is going to matter. How much and when is yet to be determined.
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Jay Kokes Jun 9
finally happening. First field of going in the ground. Never started this late before.
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Grant Curtis Jun 12
Someone is in trouble...they plugged the 🌽 pit!
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Casey Kimbrell Jun 15
If you have ever wondered what that last notch is for...Texas panhandle dryland
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Brandon Strutzenberg Jun 8
“We’re still 165 or better when it comes to the 2019 yield” K
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Tommy Grisafi Jun 12
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Joseph Lee Spencer 6m
The waiting is the hardest part! While we await adult emergence, single plant resistance bioassays are underway for offspring of 2018 populations. Extracting larvae from infested cups w/ Berlese funnels reveals the surviving proportion on Bt hybrids.
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Arlan Suderman Jun 10
Roughly a third of Michigan, Indiana & South Dakota, a quarter of Illinois and half of Ohio still unplanted on June 9. Really? And people expect a near-trend yield???
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Karen Braun Jun 11
June 11: New-crop CBOT futures ratio of to dips below 2.0 for the first time since 2012 after USDA makes a large reduction to the U.S. corn crop. SX/CZ was sitting at 1.99 with about 45 minutes left in the session.
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Karen Braun Jun 13
Here's a look at some of the on Sunday compared with a year earlier. Many of the producers have reported that soybeans in the area look in overall better condition than the . But they are much smaller than they were a year ago.
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