Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Nov 24, 2014 07:51 AM CST

The Thanksgiving holiday time frame usually marks the end of corn harvest -- or at least there is enough data to pretty well quantify the size of the crops. Attention will turn to the demand side of the equation as we enter December, the last trading month of the calendar year.

This year's delayed harvest progress for corn leaves some uncertainty yet for the final crop size. The January USDA report traditionally allows for the final adjustment of the production number, in particular yield and acreages. The recent November report offered not only a surprise for the market but a ...

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