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Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Jun 27, 2014 09:21 PM CDT

It's that time of year again. Canada Day is just around the corner and that means many things to many people. In my own case, I like to have my soybeans well on the way to being sprayed by Canada Day. It doesn't often happen, but it never hurts to have a goal. I mean at some point you have to let the crop go and Canada Day serves as a great benchmark.

Of course this time of year Canada Day coincides with another great flashpoint in our agricultural markets. On June 30 the USDA will release a myriad of ...

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