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Scott Rech
Scott Rech May 16, 2024 4:36AM ET
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I am not a farmer. but sounds like. and looks like 5.00 feuter corn prices in time as a minimum to be profitable
Mt Le
Mt Le May 16, 2024 3:05AM ET
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Short now
Segendo Chalse
Segendo Chalse May 14, 2024 10:14AM ET
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I have maize
Ron Burgundy
Ron Burgundy May 11, 2024 10:16AM ET
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Corn limit up Sunday due to farmers having to manually plant and wonky rows without gps due to solar storms
Andrew Kallweit
Andrew Kallweit May 11, 2024 10:16AM ET
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Maybe higher tonight with heavy rain going through the I States and slowest planting in over 5 years.
Neil Dusseault
Neil Dusseault May 08, 2024 8:40PM ET
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It'd be great if an actual farmer on here would just state that they have no problem accepting subsidies and bailouts (at taxpayers expense, by the way), while also inheriting the land they farm on (worth all-time record high prices per acre under Biden, fyi), while also stating why hard-working consumers should foot the bill for higher grain prices in the market amid all-time record high corn supply and a strong USD. Can that happen, without coming across as entitled?
Ja Hondo
Ja Hondo May 08, 2024 8:40PM ET
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do you owe a death tax on your land like they do? Under biden the death tax came back, marxist democrats like that
Neil Dusseault
Neil Dusseault May 08, 2024 8:40PM ET
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Prior to Mango Mussolini running for president, Republicans who call themselves MAGA didn't use terms like Marxist, because their orange messiah didn't say it yet. You clearly cannot define Marxism, yet you blame Biden for anything that is wrong while receiving record amounts per acre that you inherited in the first place, while worshiping The Former Guy for bankrupting farmers in the Midwest with his failed and unnecessary trade war with China.
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Mike Wells May 08, 2024 8:40PM ET
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Neil Dusseault orange man bad !!!Lol
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Neil Dusseault Apr 28, 2024 8:48PM ET
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I recently read an article stating that recently, there is an all-time record amount of corn in the U.S. and yet, all the price is done is rise. It's egregious considering whenever there is a lower amount of corn produced than the year before, all grain prices surge because cattle farmers will have to use other grains to feed their cattle... and yet, all grain prices are soaring amid a stronger USD. Subsidies, bailouts, inheriting farmland that is worth all-time record amounts per acre -- never a day when a grain farmer isn't a millionaire all over again (even if they spent it all the day before).
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Andrew Kallweit
Andrew Kallweit Apr 28, 2024 8:48PM ET
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$4.5 corn is like $3-3.50 four years ago. It's called inflation, I seen you talk about land, you know it's investors that are raising the price and buying up the ground. Why does the price bother you? Did you short, investment is a gamble, win or loss.
Neil Dusseault
Neil Dusseault Apr 28, 2024 8:48PM ET
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Nope, not shorting. I'm a consumer, concerned about other Americans who actually work. Have you ever done that? Nope... you expect prices to be $100 per bushel while receiving bailouts from your orange messiah at taxpayers expense after you've already received subsidies and inherited the land you farm on in the first place. You don't get to have it both ways -- either there are reasons for higher prices (there is not, corn supplies are at all-time highs and we have a stronger USD) or you accept your taxpayer-funded welfare aka socialized agriculture. I'm not biting back at the hand that feeds me because I feed farmers first and always and consumers are not being fed because of these practices.
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James Gary Apr 28, 2024 8:48PM ET
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Bro you wouldnt last 10 min on a row crop farm. Please go back to reading The Atlantic and sniffing your own farts, because you are hopelessly clueless in regard to the industrial grain complex.
Neil Dusseault
Neil Dusseault Apr 28, 2024 8:48PM ET
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How bold of you to assume my past -- including both my upbringing (ag) and work history (on farms). Have you ever actually worked (performed manual labor)? If you truly did, then you would be in favor of what is best for consumers -- not investors let alone corporations. A vast majority of the population consists of people that are not rich, yet foot the bills for farmers both in higher food prices as well as in subsidies and taxpayer-funded bailouts etc. What happens when you can't get blood from a stone? In other words, what happens when your policies fail the average American? Who is it that you imagine you work for? Again, if you ever really worked and also know what it's like to go without it (to struggle), then you would understand the fundamentals right now are in favor of bearish prices for working Americans.
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Terp Apr 28, 2024 8:48PM ET
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Neil Dusseault i see you stepped off your podium to argue on the internet. Might wanna go back to fiddlin
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Malik Umar Apr 25, 2024 5:11PM ET
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Sandra Liczkowska Apr 14, 2024 2:40AM ET
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Iran Atack - strong up!
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Crim Jamer Apr 14, 2024 2:40AM ET
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nothing happened
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Scott Rech Apr 04, 2024 11:18PM ET
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what is cost of land alone. rents per acres
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Scott Rech Mar 28, 2024 2:54PM ET
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thanks Zackary
 
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