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The Market's Fine Print
John Harrington DTN Livestock Analyst
Mon Nov 26, 2012 10:52 AM CST

With political stumps still smoldering and errant yard signs yet tattering in the wind, you don't have to tell the 125 million besieged voters who participated in the presidential election that it's been a long, long fall.

Regardless whether they voted to re-elect President Barack Obama or went down with the U.S.S. Romney, most everyone will join hands tomorrow in sincere thanks that at least the whole damn ordeal is finally over.

Theoretically, the idea of two amorous suitors willing to spend close to $3 billion in the name of national romance may seem pretty sexy. But it takes more ...

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