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Saturday, March 05, 2016

As Markets Stay Sideways, Gulke Advises Patience | Agweb.com

As Markets Stay Sideways, Gulke Advises Patience | Agweb.com: Farmers may be getting anxious for a rally—and worried about cash flow, as the calendar flips to March—but Jerry Gulke wants growers to remain patient.

“It’s been a poor time in the last 60 days to make a big decision. You have the chance to make a big wrong one by getting too far ahead of the market,” said Gulke, president of the Gulke Group, speaking on Farm Journal Radio. “Prices are not a lot different than they were a year ago.”

Row Crop CEOS Talk International Demand | Agweb.com

Row Crop CEOS Talk International Demand | Agweb.com: For Indiana farmer John Cheesewright, future price forecasts look bleak.�“It’s not a good outlook. They’re telling us it will be two, three, four years before prices come back where they were a year or two years ago,” he said.