Corn Belt edges northward as weather patterns shift

  • Article by: ALAN BJERGA , Bloomberg News
  • Updated: October 15, 2012 - 8:51 PM

Food producers see events like this summer's drought as evidence of permanent changes, not just one-time incidents.

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freedumb86Oct. 15, 1210:38 PM

Does the reality of global climate change exist if you don't believe in it?

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hjlazniOct. 16, 12 9:55 AM

Is there a reliable agricultural history for crops grown in a certain location for two hundred or one hundred fifty years, as an example. If so, please write a story to discuss this. The last fifty years seems too short to draw definitive conclusions.

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acctsah2Oct. 16, 1211:41 AM

"Does the reality of global climate change exist if you don't believe in it?" --- What is the reality of Global Warming Climate Cooling Change? A story such as this containing a lot of maybe's, probably's, could be's, there's a chance? That's reality? The question should be "Does Global Warming Climate Cooling Change exists if you have not proof that it exists?"

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shushyn78Oct. 16, 12 1:02 PM

The best statement in this story is, "it's the economics.". Farmers, because they have a higher inherent risk mentality; more so than Joe the factory worker, will take a chance where there is big money to be made. High risk, high reward. Not unlike derivatives, and CDO's but without the "too big to fail" umbrella over them.

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