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Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Oct 14, 2013 06:28 AM CDT

October 11 came and went without the blockbuster report we have become accustomed to. In the past, USDA has been the brunt of some cheap shots from some analysts who are often shocked by such reports, being out of sync with USDA findings. I find it ironic now that the lack of USDA reports -- including export sales, livestock information and then the October mega report -- is being used as an excuse for difficulty in getting a handle on future price direction. Given the time needed to formulate the report, it is doubtful an October report will be released ...

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