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white shadow
Posted 4/15/2019 14:29 (#7440937 - in reply to #7440309)
Subject: all I can say is WOW.......

this thread is simply toxic. If ANYONE is looking for Washington (either left or right) to determine the outcome of whether you are going to be successful in production agriculture you might as well join the socialist movement today. Both corn and soybeans "today" are above the COP for the majority of producers. If today's prices are below your break even your time would be better spent researching why you are no longer competitive with your neighbors---- then complaining about foreign policy you have zero control over. You alone are to be held accountable for your success, irregardless of Governmental Policy. Going forward people better start developing an opinion that I am going to do what it takes to survive this economic climate IN SPITE of Washington D.C. not BECAUSE of what Washington D.C. either does or does not do. Neither party gives a rats ass about production agriculture. Why can't people come to accept the FACT that commodity production Agriculture has always been a low margin business that only the low cost producer is going to survive long term. If you are not a low cost producer figure out a way to be one. LongKC you are constantly on here talking speculative trades. By the panic and toxicity of your posts I am led to believe someone in Chicago has taken your spec money and you should have concentrated in marketing/hedging a crop in the field---if in fact you actually raise a crop.

Edited by white shadow 4/15/2019 14:45
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