MARKETS NEWS
Smart Marketing - 2
Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor
Mon Nov 26, 2012 01:00 PM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- It doesn't take a carefully planned strategy when selling into a market that's at or near historical highs. But grain prices don't stay at premium levels forever, especially with today's volatile price swings.

During the next two days, as part of DTN's occasional Smart Marketing series, DTN will profile farmers who know that lesson all too well. That's why they put plans in place to help lock in profits while lowering their exposure to risk. Sure, they may still make mistakes, but over the long haul, their strategies help them sleep better at night.

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