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Corn Upside and Downside Price Scenarios

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has created uncertainty in global grain exports. This uncertainty has and likely will continue to result in short-term opportunity for US corn exports. This article conducts scenario analysis around US corn prices, examining plausible “what-if” events and predicting possible outcomes. Scenario analysis can provide a better understanding of upside opportunities as well as downside risks. A better understanding of the potential outcomes of these events can help in planning and managing should they occur.


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CWS with Dual Flow mounted on MacDon FD 75

Boosting Farm and Combine Productivity

At a time when farm profits increasingly hinge on boosting productivity, soybean producer David Fortenberry, is looking forward to cashing in on his 2015 investment in a Crary Wind System. The CWS paid for itself before the end of harvest, and promises a conservative 10% increase in beans binned for years to come.
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From the Desk of Dave Kanicki

You Win Some and You Lose Some

First, in its World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report, USDA lowered its price estimates on corn, soybeans and wheat for the 2013 crop, a bearish signal for the industry. Later in the day, the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers reported that U.S. and Canada tractor and combine sales were up pretty much across the board in March.
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