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Joel Karlin DTN Contributing Analyst

Wednesday 04/02/14

Record First Half 2013/14 US Corn Use
This piece shows U.S. corn utilization for the first half of the marketing year (Sep-Mar) in billion bushels and as a percent of the prior year's first half usage.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 8:04AM CDT 04/02/14 | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
A look at the usage versus the average price during the period might prove very interesting. It certainly should show if it was the main cause of the usage being 20+% higher than last year's Sep to Mar.
Posted by Kenneth Clark at 1:26PM CDT 04/02/14
We had lots of cheap corn to sell! It still works! Thank the Lord for ethanol production!
Posted by Roger Cooper at 5:27PM CDT 04/05/14
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