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Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Apr 19, 2013 06:14 PM CDT

It is wet in Southwestern Ontario and my grand plans for planting corn in April are getting delayed. I still hope to be planting before May Day, but constant rain in this part of the world is seriously threatening that dream. So maybe I should be concentrating a bit more on my marketing these days whether it be corn, soybeans, gold or even Bitcoin. At a certain point the sun will shine and I'll be ensconced in a tractor seat until Canada Day.

It has sure being an interesting few weeks in the markets. Last Friday, after I wrote this ...

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