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Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor

Monday 03/03/14

Can Crop Insurance Guarantees Sway Acreage?
Now that crop insurance prices are set -- national average of $4.62 on corn and $11.36 on soybeans -- the question becomes whether or not the corn guarantee is high enough to keep acres away from soybeans.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 10:58AM CST 03/03/14 by Katie Micik | Post a Comment
Comments (3)
Katie,my acres were set back in the fall when I planted wheat as I will double crop with soybeans.Double crop grain sorghum I have ruled out.Soybeans look to be the best money. I will have about 20% more bean acres. I try to spread my work load so I can't shift to many acres. I enjoy your articles.
Posted by WARREN HARDY at 6:34AM CST 03/04/14
I think weather is going to impact plantings more the insurance.Here we are first week of March and we have 3 ft. of snow in the fields in places.It is cold all the way to Texas, and won't they be thinking of planting soon? We are going to go from snow to mud because there is not any frost in the ground,Witch is not a bad thing I just don't know when we will be able to topdress wheat or get on the fields. So it could get late for corn in some places.
Posted by Raymond Simpkins at 7:03AM CST 03/04/14
4.70 corn is much better than 11.50 beans for me, will stay with more corn if weather cooperates
Posted by Tom Keller at 7:14PM CST 03/04/14
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