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Newsom on the Market
Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Fri Jan 3, 2014 09:44 AM CST

By the time the clock struck midnight Dec. 31, heralding the New Year 2014, most U.S. grain producers likely said "Good riddance" to the old year 2013. As discussed in great detail in this space over the last number of weeks, the outlook for the grain markets is none too bright for the coming year. A look back at some final numbers for 2013 gives us an indication of just how dismal things could become.

Many end-of-the-year pieces focus on the "Best Of." In grains, it is more a case of "Least Worst" as we evaluate the various markets. A ...

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