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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Wed Mar 19, 2014 07:47 AM CDT

I keep spanning the internet to bring you a constant variety of reports about ARC-PLC and SCO.

farmdocdaily had a report Tuesday from Ohio State University's Carl Zulauf and University of Illinois' Gary Schnitkey. It's good to see those Big Ten schools getting along so well. (For the record, for some reason I picked Dayton over The Ohio State U in my NCAA bracket. The Illini are hanging with Mizzou in the NIT, which is depressing)

Zulauf and Schnitkey compared some of the differences between the decisions farmers will have to make on Agriculture Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage ...

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