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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Fri Aug 30, 2013 08:03 AM CDT

After nine months, roughly 38 weeks, and three seasonal trimesters, the end of a long process is finally upon us. I'm talking about Labor Day weekend marking the end of the long, grueling process from winter through summer culminating with crop answers finally being answered with fall harvest.

What did you think I meant?

Anyway... with grain markets ready to make that final push through the threshold of Labor (Day), the end of the line for summer and entry way to the new world that is fall, questions abound as to what type of markets will emerge. Remember that the ...

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