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Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Jan 24, 2014 07:21 PM CST

I had one of those magic moments Thursday afternoon. This past week has been a busy one for me. Last week I was speaking on the grain markets near Chatham, Ont., then in subsequent days turning the page and speaking about farmland values. Little did I know that a man from China was in the audience this past Thursday in Alma, Ont. He had come to hear what I had to say about farmland values in Ontario.

It was just the day before that I had to answer a question from another farmer 200 kilometres to the southwest about the ...

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