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Joel Karlin DTN Contributing Analyst

Thursday 12/13/12

12/1 Old-New Crop Dec Corn Spread vs. 2nd Half Demand
This piece looks at the old crop-new crop Dec corn spread as of 12/1 going back number of years vs. Apr-Sep total corn use as % of Dec WASDE total use estimate.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 8:30AM CST 12/13/12 | Post a Comment
Comments (1)
From the supply side of the ledger there should be a lot less corn available for any end user to consume due to one of the worst droughts in my 61 years! All we tailk about is demand destruction! What about what is left for anyone to purchase at any price? I just cannot believe that end users have their needs covered long term!
Posted by Roger Cooper at 7:33AM CST 12/17/12
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