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Jun 11, 2019 | 12:17 1 Corn yield taken down from 176 to 166 in the US, world ending stocks down nearly 15 million tones. First G/E out yesterday at 55% in corn, one would think that only goes lower. Still planting and lots of rain in the forecast to the south.

Wheat begrudgingly will come along for the ride as more is fed, and more attention being paid to the dryness in Canada.

Grains look to continue to outperform oilseeds. Reply With Quote
helmsdale's Avatar Jun 11, 2019 | 12:53 2
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Corn yield taken down from 176 to 166 in the US, world ending stocks down nearly 15 million tones. First G/E out yesterday at 55% in corn, one would think that only goes lower. Still planting and lots of rain in the forecast to the south.

Wheat begrudgingly will come along for the ride as more is fed, and more attention being paid to the dryness in Canada.

Grains look to continue to outperform oilseeds.
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Jun 11, 2019 | 13:22 3 Yes 59%, bad typing. They only rate what is already emerged, and the thought is the stuff that is yet to emerge will be in worse shape, especially if the rains materialize. My belief is that 59% G/E will be the highest print for the growing season with the crop this late. Reply With Quote
helmsdale's Avatar Jun 11, 2019 | 13:27 4
Quote Originally Posted by Agvocate View Post
Yes 59%, bad typing. They only rate what is already emerged, and the thought is the stuff that is yet to emerge will be in worse shape, especially if the rains materialize. My belief is that 59% G/E will be the highest print for the growing season with the crop this late.
Its horrid...

And going to struggle to reach maturity. Thinking they're going to be burning alot of propane drying it down, and quality is likely going to be lousy. Reply With Quote
Jun 11, 2019 | 22:12 5
Quote Originally Posted by Agvocate View Post
Corn yield taken down from 176 to 166 in the US, world ending stocks down nearly 15 million tones. First G/E out yesterday at 55% in corn, one would think that only goes lower. Still planting and lots of rain in the forecast to the south.

Wheat begrudgingly will come along for the ride as more is fed, and more attention being paid to the dryness in Canada.

Grains look to continue to outperform oilseeds.
Couldn't have come out at a better time chartwise Reply With Quote
Jun 12, 2019 | 06:53 6 Illinois: June 5, 2018 on the left, June 11, 2019 on the right
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