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Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor

Wednesday 09/25/13

Demand Destruction: A New Hope?
Last year's post-harvest buzz phrase was alliterative, dramatic and dark: Demand destruction. Cue the Imperial Death March.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 4:10PM CDT 09/25/13 by Katie Micik | Post a Comment
Comments (3)
hey kate! ah...a trekkie, which a assume most of your readers are not, as is me. did have to wki "tatooine" not something we say everyday in SD. Like who will you, dress up as? for episode IV? my vote, for u Halloween, "Nyota" Point is very well taken, How much demand building will happen @ $4.50? and $7 wheat and $13 soybeans. meat prices and $100 plus crude. Nice.....read! keep up the good work. dave
Posted by David Anderson at 7:15AM CDT 09/26/13
Great article, Katie!
Posted by Bill Morris at 7:31AM CDT 09/26/13
So, what did you do last weekend? Oh, old movies-------(funny)
Posted by Brent Heid at 7:00PM CDT 09/26/13
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