FARM BUSINESS NEWS
Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Dec 27, 2013 12:15 PM CST

Yes, it is that time again. A week from now we will be in the new year of 2014, so as I contemplate writing this last column of 2013 it is good to look in the rearview mirror. What were the big stories this past year and how will they transform into new things next year? Or, will there be that proverbial "unexpected Tuesday" to come along next year to make our lives so much more interesting? Oh, if we only knew. That's what keeps it interesting; nobody knows what's ahead.

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