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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Fri Aug 1, 2014 11:53 AM CDT

Through the ages there have been many famous debates; Lincoln-Douglas quickly comes to mind, as does the Scopes Trial, and who could forget Great Taste vs. Less Filling. But there is a new bud blooming on the bickering block -- cooler than normal temperatures vs. drier than normal precipitation patterns -- that could have a lasting impact on how grains are traded.

Let me begin by saying I am not an agronomist. Nor do I pretend to be. In fact, I would encourage any and all readers to consult with DTN's talented team of crop production professionals (Editor-in-Chief Greg Horstmeier, ...

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