Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Tue Jan 20, 2015 02:35 PM CST

Going into the report last week, I felt there could be a negative reaction since a lot of press had turned positive on the idea that perhaps acreages could be reduced. Also, there was risk in just how much of an adjustment there could be given the large discrepancy between NASS and FSA acreages. Technically, going into the report last week, all grains and oilseeds were biased negatively. A negative reaction for soybeans came immediately after the release, but it took a day for the report to sink in for corn, and wheat continued on its negative trend in spite ...

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