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Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor

Tuesday 07/01/14

Reports Revive Old Questions
Monday's reports resurrected questions about the corn and soybean supply and demand tables that USDA will have to answer in its next WASDE report on July 11.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 4:18PM CDT 07/01/14 by Katie Micik | Post a Comment
Comments (4)
The U.S.D.A. are kinda like our weathermen!!! It might rain and it might not.They don"t know whats out there they just go with what the market will use.Don't tell me it takes 8 months to know what last harvest yields were,not in this day and age.You can figure that right off crop insurance.
Posted by Raymond Simpkins at 4:50PM CDT 07/01/14
I think they have found a few senseless high school kids to dream up these reports, read what they came up with for the crop progress for North Dakota vs. Iowa, really there is more silking corn in ND, same amount of flowering soybeans. I can't hardly find corn that will be knee high by the 4th of July up here
Posted by JAMIE KOUBA at 1:22AM CDT 07/02/14
Time will tell, but the increase in ddg exports and the removal of oil from corn prior to or after converting to eoh could explain the 100 million bushels that appears to be over estimated in corn's feed and residual use. The removal of ddgs and oil from ddgs from the feed channels might have been or will be replaced by corn. Freeport, IL
Posted by Freeport IL at 8:53AM CDT 07/02/14
52 degrees this morning, I think they should drop a couple off more "nuke" bombs in the pacific so "EL-nino comes, warm up the water anyway
Posted by Mark Knobloch at 10:01AM CDT 07/02/14
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