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Oct 6, 2019 | 20:59 1 Crazy wet fall with snow and late crops and poor quality for us in western Canada. Ozzy land dried out. And now I hear of a big blizzard that supposed to plow through the northern Mid Western States this week and flatten out green crops.

You would think that the gig is up? Reply With Quote
LEP
Oct 6, 2019 | 21:20 2
Quote Originally Posted by seldomseen View Post
Crazy wet fall with snow and late crops and poor quality for us in western Canada. Ozzy land dried out. And now I hear of a big blizzard that supposed to plow through the northern Mid Western States this week and flatten out green crops.

You would think that the gig is up?
It's never over until the fat lady sings. She isn't scheduled until November. Reply With Quote
farmaholic's Avatar Oct 6, 2019 | 21:43 3
Quote Originally Posted by LEP View Post
It's never over until the fat lady sings. She isn't scheduled until November.
Not knowing, how long can you risk waiting.

Current conditions could be better than what's coming.

An opportunity for dry may never come.

What a risk! ....either way.

This poor harvest is going to really cut into the net profit. Or deepen the loss. Worse than I thought.
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  • Oct 6, 2019 | 22:11 4 Window could close tomorrow, or there may be a good run yet. Have seen harvest window shut by now before, 2015 it snowed about the 8th of October and that was it. I have also seen it open right up for a good old Indian summer. But yeah, hopes of dry grain are fading. Those of us without dryers in tough. Literally. Reply With Quote
    farmaholic's Avatar Oct 6, 2019 | 22:17 5 Momentarily forgot about Indian Summer. Too wrapped up in being as far behind as we are for this time of year!

    Thing about Indian Summer is you never know when it's coming or how long it will last.

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  • Partners's Avatar Oct 6, 2019 | 23:13 6 Market will not react till we get 2 ft of snow. Reply With Quote
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  • Oct 7, 2019 | 00:29 7 Places in northern nsw and southern qld are meant to be flat out planting summer crops. Most feed sorghum.

    Well there basking in 40c temps for a fair swath and most of this week.

    Really economists there’s gonna be some serious downgrading of tonnes in the ground now plus add unplanted summer crops

    Once usda get on board thing will rise even take off.

    Is there a wasde report this week Reply With Quote
    Oct 7, 2019 | 02:22 8 Places in northern nsw and southern qld are meant to be flat out planting summer crops. Most feed sorghum.

    Well there basking in 40c temps for a fair swath and most of this week.

    Really economists there’s gonna be some serious downgrading of tonnes in the ground now plus add unplanted summer crops

    Once usda get on board thing will rise even take off.

    Is there a wasde report this week Reply With Quote
    Oct 7, 2019 | 02:29 9 Sorry gonna have to be more diligent. Meant to type reckon and came out with economists .

    Think you guys are used to me and my phrasesand lack off grammer Reply With Quote
    Oct 7, 2019 | 06:47 10
    Quote Originally Posted by malleefarmer View Post

    Is there a wasde report this week
    Oct 10, 10AM SK time Reply With Quote
    farmaholic's Avatar Oct 7, 2019 | 06:58 11
    Quote Originally Posted by farming101 View Post
    Oct 10, 10AM SK time
    Isn't there always enough? Reply With Quote
    Oct 7, 2019 | 07:28 12 Having enough and never running out are two different things Reply With Quote
    Oct 7, 2019 | 07:48 13 Didn't someone post something last week about a special statement from USDA regarding non-counted spring cereals yet to be harvested? and that adjustments for some crops are coming in the next report?
    Is this the report? What does this report encompass? Reply With Quote
    Oct 8, 2019 | 15:17 14 Just looking at some old canola charts, from Mar 08 to Oct 08 canola dropped 7.52/ bu, I don't remember that but I probably took the escalator down with at least a bin or two. Greed is a terrible thing. Reply With Quote