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  • opinionsarelike33 opinionsarelike33 Jul 30, 2013 6:43 PM Flag

    OT Last year there was

    a drought. Now we have to much water in the in the south and south eastern states. And of course prices will be going up because of the broadcasting and speculators . Just like oil speculators.

    So lets see we have a drought last year
    ethanol is killing people
    and now we have to much rainfall.

    Could this be a sign or an over reaction?

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    • Corn Condition - Selected States: Week Ending July 28, 2013
      [National crop conditions for selected States are weighted based on 2012
      planted acreage]
      ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
      State : Very poor : Poor : Fair : Good : Excellent
      ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
      : percent
      :
      Colorado .......: 9 13 31 42 5
      Illinois .......: 2 7 27 48 16
      Indiana ........: 1 4 19 49 27
      Iowa ...........: 4 11 32 41 12
      Kansas .........: 8 20 39 29 4
      Kentucky .......: 1 2 8 53 36
      Michigan .......: 2 5 20 53 20
      Minnesota ......: 2 6 30 50 12
      Missouri .......: 5 14 32 42 7
      Nebraska .......: 5 8 24 48 15
      North Carolina .: 1 3 18 54 24
      North Dakota ...: 2 7 21 58 12
      Ohio ...........: 2 4 15 46 33
      Pennsylvania ...: 2 1 9 50 38
      South Dakota ...: 2 3 22 52 21
      Tennessee ......: - 2 12 56 30
      Texas ..........: 1 5 39 44 11
      Wisconsin ......: 3 9 27 42 19
      :

      • 2 Replies to rlp2451
      • Jul 29, 2013 2:52 PM ET

        Corn extended declines to a 33-month low (poster note: For Norris and Norris (2) that's almost THREE YEARS) and soybeans fell on speculation that U.S. crops will benefit from cooler weather and rain in the next two weeks. Wheat rose.

        Temperatures will average below normal over much of the Midwest in the next two weeks, helping to boost yields in areas with adequate soil moisture and reducing stress on crops that have not received significant rain this month, World Weather Inc. said in a report today. Fields from Kansas to Kentucky will get rain during the next two days and some crops in Nebraska and Iowa will benefit from moisture beginning Aug. 1, the private forecaster said.

        “Corn and soybeans are in generally good condition, and the weather remains favorable for the next two weeks,” Jim Gerlach, the president of A/C Trading Co. in Fowler, Indiana, said in a telephone interview. “It’s too early to start worrying that current cool weather will result in early freeze and crop losses until later in August.”

      • So what does this have to do with the over all speculation and over exaggeration of the farmers? Besides the fact i included ethanol as one of the disasters? They are talking 3 states and making it sound like it is every state in the south and south eastern states. Not true at all that all stes are suffering with the same crop.

 
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