Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Tue Sep 2, 2014 08:25 AM CDT

There has been a lot of discussion for the past eight months about the onslaught of selling of the corn/soybeans that were supposed to still be in the bin from last year. It didn't happen.

We saw a combined drop in September soybean futures and basis last week of nearly $2 as the first reports of yields emerged. Yields were coming in excellent but apparently not good enough in producers' minds to justify a $2 drop as selling subsided. Interestingly, during that time frame, November soybeans closed the week into new low closes, reflecting the thought that it was only ...

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