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Todd's Take
Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Thu Jun 12, 2014 11:55 AM CDT

As you might say about two friends, Chicago and Kansas City wheat go back a long way together, having had a long history of ups and downs through good times and bad. Although their prices sometimes deviate from each other, their overall track record of staying together is better than most marriages, and why not? Both winter wheats are grown in the U.S. Chicago's soft red variety is planted from Arkansas to Ohio and used for cakes and crackers. Kansas City's hard red winter wheat is raised in the southwestern Plains, has a wide range of purposes, and is known ...

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