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Shaw: Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Thu Aug 14, 2014 10:18 AM CDT

This cool summer continues, almost eerie in its entirety. We can all remember summers where it was so hot and humid that we wondered how crops would survive. However, this summer has been so different, many a morning last week reminded me of October. How this will manifest in Ontario and Quebec crop fields is a big wild card as we careen toward September.

Of course last week, we learned what the USDA said about U.S. crop yields in their first actual field measurements of the big 2014 crop. Tuesday morning there were actually a few corn bears off kilter ...

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