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Dan Loehr
Posted 7/30/2020 16:15 (#8405346 - in reply to #8405282)
Subject: RE: How good is corn yield wise EVERYWHERE


Holland, Indiana (SW IN)
Tank2516 - 7/30/2020 15:35

Unless you sold A yield way over your APH how will “lower it goes,the better for me” work, because if your Actual yield is way above your APH even if you bot up crop insurance you will not have a claim. Now if you have PLC then your quote has some merit.


Hey Tank I don't know if you are a trader or a farmer --like me
Guess I should have phrased it EASIER to make a decision --IF you are a farmer --you possibly know how hard it is to exit positions--I am a sell the crop and stick with it farmer
called a hedge (not trying to be a smart AZZ)-IF you are a farmer IMO selling crops are different --on NAT winning trades rule we all like to brag get in and get out the smartest person on NAT --I'm as farmer
SO to my prediction $2.82 Stick it out there Tank what do you think

Dan

And FWIW I have did the best job of marketing this corn crop in my 50 years of farming
AND I will almost certainly exit all my positions this fall in some way --GUESS not a full hedge type position--BUT still a farmer

Edited by Dan Loehr 7/30/2020 16:33
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