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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Fri Aug 28, 2015 06:33 AM CDT

Time continues its inexorable march forward; days pass, seasons change, years tick away like hours on a clock. Never stopping, always moving forward; if you don't pay attention you wake up one morning and you've missed the inevitable changes. The end of August means the end of summer, baby birds fly from the nest leaving behind old, tired trees heading into the chill and cold of the seasons to come.

Yes, summer is over.

For the grain markets that means the constant weather battle has passed. And what a battle it was the last three months! June found parts of ...

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