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Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor
Fri Oct 17, 2014 02:21 PM CDT

I didn't know I was going to stir the pot.

On Friday morning, I sent out this Tweet: "Farmers: how likely are you to increase your soybean acreage next year? Working on quick article and would love some perspective!"

Really, it was a very quick story. Just a quick review of Informa's 2015 acreage estimates. We're about a quarter through corn harvest and halfway through bean harvest, so it's a little early to be putting much stock in these estimates. (If you're wondering, Informa pegged corn acreage down 3.1 million acres at 87.8 ma and soybean acreage up 4.3 ma ...

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