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The Market's Fine Print
John Harrington DTN Livestock Analyst
Wed Jan 15, 2014 04:26 PM CST

Market talk is cheap. Supply always exceeds demand.

I'm sure this old saw sings true for those of you who've patiently suffered my economic droning over the years. Some in the tired audience might even suggest that I deserve to be brought before the WTO on charges of dumping.

What can I say? You wouldn't expect a fireman to apologize for tracking in water or a circus clown for wearing funny shoes. Excessive market palaver simply goes with my territory and, believe it or not, continues to pay the mortgage.

Many readers have pounded on my door following a column ...

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