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Shaw: Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Aug 1, 2014 07:51 AM CDT

Call it the cool summer of discontent. Not only is it a bit cool-ish as August rings in, but crop prices are giving us collective grumbles across the U.S. Corn Belt, Ontario and Quebec. Prices aren't really historically low, but much lower than many people now farming are accustomed to seeing. For those waiting for change, it might be a very long time. That 5 billion bushel ethanol demand surge is over. It's all factored in.

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