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Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Jan 17, 2014 05:43 PM CST

If there is one constant in Canadian agriculture it is change. I've said that 1,000 times if I've said it once. It doesn't matter whether it's a weather change or changing market conditions, nothing ever stays the same in agriculture. If there is one constant other than change that Canadian farmers can count on it might be the value of the Canadian dollar. The precipitous drop of the Canadian dollar over the last year and in the first two weeks of this year has certainly set our Canadian grain world abuzz.

It doesn't take much to hear about the value ...

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