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Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor

Friday 08/10/12

USDA's Fodder on Forage
USDA estimated this year's alfalfa crop will be the smallest since 1953 while all hay production will be the smallest since 1990, justifying ranchers' fears that forage will be hard to find.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 12:47PM CDT 08/10/12 by Katie Micik | Post a Comment
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speaking forage, we need to talk silage this year. I personally believe there is an abundance of feed available this year. This will result in far less demand destruction for corn than previously expected. This will be the year to haul the cows to the feed instead of hauling the feed to the cows.
Posted by WESLEY HITCHCOCK at 7:29AM CDT 08/13/12
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