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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Mon Nov 11, 2013 11:30 AM CST

As most of you know, late last week I covered USDA's November reports by telling a three-part story. First was the preview ("Grains on Death Row"), then the morning of the reports ("Dead Grains Walking Here"), and finally the review ("An Empty Scaffold"). I've received a number of responses to these three pieces that covered the reports from a slightly different point of view, and appreciate all of you taking the time to write. However, there is a sense that I may have been too vague, particularly in the review. With that in mind, and borrowing the actual quote from ...

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