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@ScottIrwinUI Scott, the fall ammonia run was one for the record books. Farmers got after the (relatively) cheap anhydrous and based on the volumes that went down I also wouldn’t be surprised if we saw increased corn acreage.

1. I think Karen is spot on here about trade expectations. Rise in input costs = modest drop in corn planted acres for the US. I am obviously in a small minority looking for a substantial increase.

Karen Braun@kannbwx

This poll suggests to me that an average trade guess right now might be close to 92M acres or so.

Marketing year #soybean export sales to date fall short of the seasonal pace needed to hit USDA’s target by 74 million bushels, versus being short by 71 million the previous week. #oatt

Marketing year #corn export sales to date exceed the seasonal pace needed to hit USDA’s target by 209 million bushels, down from 221 million the previous week, and continuing to decline. #oatt

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