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Huh?
Posted 7/10/2019 15:21 (#7607187 - in reply to #7607137)
Subject: RE: sell rallies


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“Centuryfarm

Posted 11/8/2018 06:32 (#7092118 - in reply to #7091700)
Subject: RE: My corn yields were off over 30% from my APH Quote Reply Alert


I have only been saying the usda numbers have been crap since June. It looked too much like 1993. The pencil pushers only know one thing and that is rain makes grain. The don’t have any matrix that decreases yield when it rains too much. People in the affected areas and farmers holding old crop have been the ones that suffered for it.”




I think his trolley went off the rail last year and he decided he knew how to play it this year, possibly deep on the wrong side.

As far as selling rallies or taking cookies, Everything old is almost gone, no regrets. Too much tells me new crop isn’t even close to a sell yet but I could be wrong. As I’ve said before government is reactive,not proactive. Changes to pp, mfp hints and harvesting forage crop off of said pp is highly unusual, there is nothing comparable.



Edited by Huh? 7/10/2019 15:45
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