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Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Oct 20, 2014 08:16 AM CDT

Historically the odds of making seasonal lows for soybeans are pretty good, though not necessarily for corn. In years where supply is fairly tight with respect to demand, the seasonal lows this time of the year are more predictable than those with oversupply (like this year). Traders have become more educated on the importance of October being an influence for selling as the crop insurance revenue for fall is determined. While the increase in yields has reduced chances for an insurance payout, there are some producers where yields have been at or below APH that were indeed in line for ...

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