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Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Apr 4, 2014 07:28 AM CDT

Post March USDA: Price Volatility in a Blink of an Eye

The snow is finally melting and it can't come a minute too soon for me. It seems like eons ago that I pushed my combine for the last six rows of corn in front of me. Then the winter of 2013 came along with such consistent cold and miserable weather, it was hard for the soul. With April Fools' Day behind us, we can only hope the weather gods will be kind this spring.

April Fools' Day can be a very dangerous time now. I can remember a time ...

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