Posted 3/14/2019 10:25 (#7379840 - in reply to #7379807) Subject: RE: O please
McLeod County, MN
doathlon - 3/14/2019 09:11
Once again......this has destroyed seasonal patterns that farmers use to make advanced sales. This is becoming very detrimental to the corn market. It's time farmers start pushing aggressively for a resolution or 2 years of crops will be stolen.
How has it destroyed it when the year is still in the first quarter? You could have sold your entire crop before the tariffs last year and been unaffected by the low prices if you were using seasonals, and you could hold the 2019, crop until there is resolution. Not sure how you come up with 2 years of damage out of a 9 month trade dispute. And if they have come this far they better go the whole way and get a good beneficial agreement rather than some half-assed piece of garbage. Do you think the American farmer has any of the blame for over producing (milk, corn, wheat, beans, chickens, eggs, cows, pigs, etc etc etc)?