NEWS
Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Wed Jan 15, 2014 02:57 PM CST

Ho-hum. Lah-dee-dah. Those two "never may care" phrases are how I imagine the collective psyche of the commodity trade to be regarding crop weather this midwinter. I'll be honest and say that I'm not used to this -- not after the last three winters when crop yields -- especially corn -- were low enough to help cause a very tight supply. (I know, there were demand factors in that formula as well.) So, maybe what I perceive as dismissive notions on what the weather patterns have been since last fall are just the normal (whatever that is) state of affairs ...

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