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Shaw: Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Jul 11, 2014 07:01 AM CDT

It is one of the most bearish times that I can remember in the grain market over the last five years. It is so intriguing how times change. Last week I told you that the bulls were emaciated and starving. After the USDA report Friday, it might be just piling on. Who knows, maybe the USDA will even raise the corn yield to 169 to 170 bushels per acre. Of course, by the time any of you read this, we will already know.

So let's forget that for the time being. The last few weeks have been full of speculation ...

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