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Friday 08/10/12

When Your Sweet Tooth Aches
Is too much of a good thing ever bad?[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 3:05PM CDT 08/10/12 by John Harrington | Post a Comment
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That's okay...your National Corn Grower's Association leader has asked us to "just all get along". That'll make it all better. What I'm curious about is if Charley Grassley believes the numbers. After all, 2 weeks ago we were told not to panic because we hadn't harvested the crop yet, and the USDA was estimating 146 bushels were out there (which everybody but ol' Chuck knew was a pipe dream). What are we supposed to do now, Chuckles? Be embarrassed for questioning the almighty wisdom of the government? Why don't you develop some sense of morality and realize the only thing to be embarrassed about is being a United States Senator?
Posted by CATHARINE BUTLER at 4:31PM CDT 08/10/12
John....I really enjoy your articles...and this has nothing to do with you, but I didn't know how to get this message to the right place: on the Markets tab of DTN Livestock Professional, on the right hand side of the page under "Weather Coverage" title, "Our industry-leading meterologists....etc." in the 4th line "storms and draught"....I'm sure they mean "storms and drought"....just trying to help out. Thanks, Duane
Posted by Security National Bank at 1:51PM CDT 08/17/12
 
When Your Sweet Tooth Aches
Is too much of a good thing ever bad?[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 3:04PM CDT 08/10/12 by John Harrington | Post a Comment
Comments (1)
Get real people, Why didnt u buy some of my 5.00 corn? We all have the same "RESPONSEABILITY" to make sure we survive. No one talks about record BEEF prices. Oh sorry, u deserve them
Posted by Unknown at 2:14PM CDT 08/15/12
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