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Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor

Friday 08/08/14

Harvest Storage, Transport Worries
With a large corn and soybean harvest looming and an abundant wheat crop expected in the Northern Plains, farmers and elevators are nervous that the delay in rail car placements will continue and storage will fill up on the farm and at the elevator, forcing some to store grain on the ground.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 2:17PM CDT 08/08/14 by Mary Kennedy | Post a Comment
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Mary, are grain prices oversold because of this uncertainty of delivery and supposed extra protection taken that you pointed out in this article?
Posted by Roger Cooper at 7:43PM CDT 08/10/14
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