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Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Jun 24, 2013 07:44 AM CDT

As always, the USDA June report scheduled for Friday will likely be a blockbuster. There are lots of opinions that vary widely on what to expect: a massive cut in planted acres, especially for corn; a big increase in soybean acres; final vindication for the "tight stocks" folks who have been bullish for nigh on two years now, expecting a blow-off top to vindicate them for waiting for the inverted market to finally prove once and for all that there isn't any corn. Will someone pay $8-plus for what is remaining? Could happen, but paying for the last 100 million ...

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