AG POLICY NEWS
Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Oct 7, 2013 08:58 AM CDT

The monthly USDA reports scheduled to be out October 11 will likely not happen, along with other daily/weekly reports, until the government shutdown is solved.

Media ag analysts and those in ag chat rooms who often blame USDA for misinformation are crying foul because they don't have new information. Many are finally seeing the light that the market must discourage production going forward, regardless of what aerial flyovers look like in Iowa.

This year's price direction in corn has never been all about Iowa production; it has been about total U.S. and global production. Somehow that was overlooked, ignored or ...

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