Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Tue May 26, 2015 08:06 AM CDT

I have heard for years presentations and analysis chastising producers for selling at the bottom two-thirds of the price range, holding unhedged old-crop grains in on-farm storage, or watching the markets go up and then go down, having done nothing from a marketing perspective. I am in the advisory business and have been for a long time and it is frustrating to see market opportunities missed. I have been in the production side of ag much longer, and it is even more frustrating to experience it personally. If we knew the future, it would be easy; but we do not.


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