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So we got close to 8 bucks for durum with the real Cwb in a year with plenty of durum in other countries. We are going to average just over $8 selling with Multiple sellers IN a DROUGHT year. The real Cwb would have done far better than US

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Maybe, maybe not. Who knows what percentage of durum they would of accepted and when. Then waiting 15-16 months for your money, no thanks, been their done it !!!

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Only waited for cwb payments Once, the first year farming. After you we're in the loop there were ALWAYS payments Coming for interim or final, So the whole cash flow argument is a non starter
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So we got close to 8 bucks for durum with the real Cwb in a year with plenty of durum in other countries. We are going to average just over $8 selling with Multiple sellers IN a DROUGHT year. The real Cwb would have done far better than US
Exactly where was the drought that took out worldwide durum production?

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We were sold out by a corrupt little man aka the ritz cracker who will no doubt be collecting a hundred grand ayear for attending a couple of Board meetings from some grain company as Pay back. We will have to follow the Money on mr Harper and ritz careers post government
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How about we first get back all the money the board took from us all those years, filling their own pocketbooks....
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So how much interest did you get paid on your 2011 wheat? No argument can be made too support the board by anyone with two eyes and a computer. This was the first year we have ever gotten paid even remotely close to the same as our southern neighbors for the same product. Atleast a dollar closer and arguably $1.50 closer. I don't know about durum nor do I care since we can't grow it but for milling wheat it's been a huge success.



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Your speaking for some, but certainly not for everyone. I've heard that argument from you before and apparently it worked for you, but in 40 years of farming, there were to many things about the board that didn't work for me. The idea of selling wheat in a free market was on my bucket list and I'am very happy to check that one off the list.

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I get a kick out of some of these comments against the board and waiting for their money,lack of education or something else! Is there anything else you can do with your time?

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