NEWS
Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Oct 28, 2013 09:15 AM CDT

In a couple days we will have completed the October pricing average for crop insurance. With a sideways market since the loss of government reports, the $4.44 area seems reasonable for the average unless prices drop significantly in the next three trading days. The catch-up reports by Oct. 31 may or may not cause that to happen. Regardless, we are in the ballpark within a few cents for corn. Soybean's October average will be very close to last February's average. Contrary to popular thinking about yields a few months ago, yields did not fall apart, and odds are that few ...

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