Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Dec 15, 2014 08:29 AM CST

For months, this writer has focused on the concerns for the best yields in corn/beans, which were released early in the marketing year and discounted by October 1, 2014. Also, that the final acreages released in the Jan. 12, 2015, USDA report would continue to reduce planted acreages with a chance of harvested acreage as a percentage of planted to be increased, meaning a reduction in corn acres as well. Reportedly, information was leaked on another FSA release of acreages that has implications that corn-planted acres in the Jan. 12 report could be reduced 800,000 to 1.2 ma with soybean ...

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