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Cash corn decisions and ethanol optimismCash corn decisions and ethanol optimism

Ag View Pitch podcast: Chris Barron and Duane Lowry are talking about basis demand for 2019 inventory and wonder if we seeing some ethanol business return.

May 17, 2020

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This week Chris Barron and Duane Lowry discuss basis and the handling of final cash corn decisions for remaining 2019 inventory. Weather and potential Chinese demand may have a key influence during the next 90 days, but improving competitive bids from the ethanol plants may suggest some optimism may be returning to that industry. The 2020 crop appears to be off to a good start in most areas, but with current prices already at the 85% level of the spring crop insurance price, is is safe to say the market may have already discounted the worst-case scenario for price?

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