NEWS
Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Mon Mar 4, 2013 07:18 AM CST

Thanks to everyone who said hello and talked ag weather during last week's Commodity Classic convention and trade show in Kissimmee, Florida. I had the occasion to give two presentations on the ag weather outlook for this coming season--first, at the Corn Yield Contest award winners' breakfast last Friday March 1, and then during an Early Riser learning session Saturday March 2.

There are certainly a number of contrasting thoughts and impressions as we go into Spring 2013.

First of all, we do have some wet weather concerns in potentially key areas going on right now. I'm talking about the ...

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