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Friday 01/18/13

Corn Holds Big Lead in Acreage Race
With many indicators pointing in the same direction, it's hard to deny that corn is winning the battle for acres.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 3:35PM CST 01/18/13 by Katie Micik | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
If you look at seed sales for 2013 it is telling you something very different. Seed corn sales are good but soybean seed sales are at a record pace.
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Posted by Mark Lopez at 4:09AM CST 01/25/13
 

Thursday 01/17/13

Corn Stocks-to-Use Could Fall to Lowest Ever, Rabobank Says
In a monthly commodity report, Rabobank's stance towards corn and wheat turned more bullish, reflecting a tight feed grain supply. U.S. corn stocks could fall to 4.7% in 2012-13, the lowest ever recorded, and domestic wheat stocks could shrink to a historically tight 660 million bushels.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 6:15PM CST 01/17/13 by Katie Micik | Post a Comment
Comments (1)
A high % of 2012 unpriced corn is in commercial storage here in central Illinois. Going to be tougher for the end user to access this product going forward due to less flexibility on behalf of the holder of the corn!
Posted by Roger Cooper at 8:19AM CST 01/18/13
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