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Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Jun 20, 2014 05:56 PM CDT

Gas prices are in the stratosphere. Last week I paid $1.41 a litre for gas in Dresden, Ontario. The record for filling up my pickup is $175. I cannot remember the circumstances around paying the $175, except for the fact that it was a few years ago and gas prices had gone up briefly. Luckily for me, my Ford F 150 still has some gas in it, if I filled it up now I might be pushing over $200.

So instead of posting the price per litre for gasoline, maybe they should just post the cost as an arm and ...

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