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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Tue Aug 13, 2013 06:29 AM CDT

Picture this situation: You are on the show "Family Feud" and given the question, "What number will be the most bullish in USDA's August round of reports?" Had you answered "new-crop corn ending stocks," the crowd would have laughed hysterically at you, anticipating the obnoxious buzzer sound signaling you to be wrong. However, long-time host Richard Dawson might have said, "Survey says: New-crop corn ending stocks is the number one answer!" Shocked silence with a smattering of applause would have filled the studio.

That's pretty much how it went following the release of USDA's August Crop Production and Supply and ...

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