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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Fri Aug 22, 2014 06:01 AM CDT

Since the dawn of time, man has been faced with a long list of important choices: Round or square (the first wheel carved out of stone); Bacon or sausage; Jan or Eva; Hold 'em or fold 'em. U.S. grain producers face another important decision as the 2014 harvest draws ever nearer: What to store and what to sell.

With record production expected for both corn and soybeans (putting spring wheat aside for the time being), farmers from across the U.S. must decide which crop should be stored in their limited bin space, and which crop should be sold. At first ...

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