Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Apr 20, 2015 09:22 AM CDT

Rumors and innuendos are surfacing that prices of inputs are beginning to crack, or at least those suppliers holding inventories are beginning to become concerned. Farmers have been delaying buying decisions as prices of grains have not been rising, unlike last year when prices continued in an uptrend until May. I suspect there is some disgust that our input prices have not come down in spite of the lion's share of our net profit having disappeared. In spite of a reported surplus of fertilizers on all fronts and new supplies backing up at U.S. ports, there has been a reluctance ...

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