Keep perspective for the long term

August 2011
Michigan Farmer (0026-2153);Aug2011, p62
The article presents an outlook for 2012 corn and soybean stocks in the U.S. Stocks are at tight levels as a percent of annual usage as South America continues to feed the global soybean market. The year's corn and soybean crops remain in doubt since soybeans are in their critical phase which puts a premium on good weather to maximize pod set and pod fill. Corn has remained the driver in the grain complex until there is balance in the global supply and demand.


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