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post #181 of 184 (permalink) Old 07-15-2011, 10:54 AM
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as a australian farmer looking on the CWB will survive if it loses the single desk.
in australia the loss of the single desk honestly nothings changed, cash prices every day, foward prices every day about 15 different pool operators with about 50 different pooling options.

i still sell wheat to awb. the sky will not fall in with choice.

instead of bitching about cwb think foward as to were it fits in the new order of things and try to think of a win win for both cwb supporters and non supporters or else nothing will change

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as a australian farmer looking on the CWB will survive if it loses the single desk.
in australia the loss of the single desk honestly nothings changed, cash prices every day, foward prices every day about 15 different pool operators with about 50 different pooling options.

i still sell wheat to awb. the sky will not fall in with choice.

instead of bitching about cwb think foward as to were it fits in the new order of things and try to think of a win win for both cwb supporters and non supporters or else nothing will change
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as a australian farmer looking on the CWB will survive if it loses the single desk.
in australia the loss of the single desk honestly nothings changed, cash prices every day, foward prices every day about 15 different pool operators with about 50 different pooling options.

i still sell wheat to awb. the sky will not fall in with choice.

instead of bitching about cwb think foward as to were it fits in the new order of things and try to think of a win win for both cwb supporters and non supporters or else nothing will change
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