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Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor
Thu Mar 19, 2015 08:55 AM CDT

Planting prospects, corn quality concerns, how to handle the closing of the pit trade – just a few of the conversations I overheard at this year’s National Grain and Feed Association annual convention in San Antonio. At meetings like these, some topics are hot potatoes tossed around everywhere you turn, like transportation and agriculture's revamped relationship with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Others are just sparks, things overheard here or there, left to smolder where they were spoken.

My notebook filled up with these little gems.

-- Any large shifts from corn to soybeans seems like they will be regional. ...

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