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07-29-2013 17:57:45

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The price of corn right now may still be based on the USDA prediction of a huge amount of corn being harvested. I see lots of comments on here about corn in different parts of the country not even producing a crop. The actual price may go up when yields fail to achieve USDA predictions.

My brother is skeptical that the corn and beans will make a crop in his area. Our nephew 60 miles away got 6/10ths over the weekend; he thinks that will be enough to get the corn to at least make some kind of yield.

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07-29-2013 18:07:51

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 Re: CORN PRICES AND FEED PRICES in reply to Dick2, 07-29-2013 17:57:45  
I should have ended my post with the statement that as farmers we must support other farmers.
If we don't support each other how can we ask the rest of the people of this great country to respect and support our efforts for a fair price for our products.

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07-29-2013 20:15:29

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 Re: CORN PRICES AND FEED PRICES in reply to 2badlybent, 07-29-2013 18:07:51  
you can make that statement about supporting one another, as long as you're not one of them knotheads that likes to use variations of the word "compete" when speaking about farming.

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07-29-2013 20:24:19

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 Re: CORN PRICES AND FEED PRICES in reply to bobbyboywestcentIN, 07-29-2013 20:15:29  
i should add that i kinda hope for a crash also. i will survive it but hopefully it will weed out some of these commercial farmers (bto's) and bankrupt some speculators. wishful thinking perhaps.

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07-29-2013 18:31:49

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 Re: CORN PRICES AND FEED PRICES in reply to 2badlybent, 07-29-2013 18:07:51  
I haven't seen any grain farmers that have felt too bad for the livestock farmers the last few years when grain prices were sky high and I hope they aren't expecting to much sympathy from us now.Guess where you find sympathy in the dictionary?
Anyway Uncle Sam always rolls out the checkbook for grain farmers when the price goes in the tank.

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