The Market's Fine Print
John Harrington DTN Livestock Analyst
Wed Nov 19, 2014 04:17 PM CST

For the weather-hardened citizens of Buffalo, N.Y., to complain about snowfall is tantamount to Bedouins fussing over excess sun and sand. To hear them do so a good week before Thanksgiving seems as unlikely as lame-duck legislators bothering with the politically correct.

Yet before I even had a chance to break tank ice this morning, NPR was blaring with grumpy interviews from the snow capital of the Northeast. As much as six feet of snow has been dumped on the Buffalo area, paralyzing much of western New York and spooking tough winter veterans with images of a season-from-hell that arrives ...

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