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Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor

Friday 05/31/13

More Countries Back Away from U.S. Wheat
More countries are backing away from U.S. wheat, but the futures markets hardly seemed to notice.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 5:18PM CDT 05/31/13 by Katie Micik | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
we were way better off before gmo's we had bees you never heard of type 2 diabetes or all the allergies which are common today and rural America was full of kids growing up on farms. It don't matter how much technology you have if god almighty aint on your side your going to go hungry
Posted by Unknown at 10:57AM CDT 06/01/13
Type 2 diabetes is probably caused more by eating junk food, and no exercise brought on by playing video games. Allergies can be triggered by many things. And apparently god almighty 'ain't' on the side of the millions of hungry people worldwide.
Posted by Steve Simons at 5:37PM CDT 06/05/13
 
Gulf Wheat Exports, River Levels Rise
More wheat moved out of the Gulf in the week ended May 23.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 9:09AM CDT 05/31/13 by Mary Kennedy | 0 Comments | Post a Comment
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