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Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor

Monday 12/02/13

Managing a Market in Transition
With corn's demand market coming to an end, farmers need to sharpen their pencils and use a different range of marketing tools to make the most of market opportunities.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 3:28PM CST 12/02/13 by Katie Micik | Post a Comment
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When the corn carryout exceeds 2B bu. the only things that can fix it are short crops or more demand. Feed use, exports, and/or 300 bu. yields (Monsanto's answer to feeding a hungry world) won't turn this train wreck around! Creating more usage is the only real answer to big crops and low prices! Farmers as a group don't do enough about that! They just hope someone else is going to use it up! They could do so much more!
Posted by Roger Cooper at 9:43PM CST 12/02/13
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