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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Thu Jul 11, 2013 09:38 AM CDT

"High Noon" starring Gary Cooper is not only one of the greatest western movies of all time, but in my books one of the best movies period. The tension that builds as the camera keeps cutting back to the ticking clock, the hands drawing ever closer to high noon when the bad guys are scheduled to hit town. With the townspeople cowering, Marshal Will Kane must face Frank Marshall and his gang of outlaws alone. The clock strikes twelve and the rest is movie-making history.

On Thursday, July 11 the grain markets face another high noon situation, the third in ...

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