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Marketing Your Grain in the Top Third is a Poor Goal

In this blog post, we discuss our opinion that marketing your grain in the top third of the market is a poor goal. You're likely thinking, "that doesn't make any sense!". We think you should select goals that allow you to make proactive, not reactive, grain marketing decisions.

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Marketing Your Grain in the Top Third is a Poor Goal

In this blog post, we discuss our opinion that marketing your grain in the top third of the market is a poor goal. You're likely thinking, "that doesn't make any sense!". We think you should select goals that allow you to make proactive, not reactive, grain marketing decisions.

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It's True, The Market Doesn't Care About Your Farm's Breakeven

In this blog post, I discuss how "the market" doesn't care about your farm's breakeven. I dig into why you should ignore that statement when making management decisions on your farm.

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The Week of Greeks Podcast Series

In this blog post, we share with you a recent podcast series we released where we discuss option pricing and "the Greeks". We also talked a lot about how the Greeks can be more broadly applied to you farm management decisions.

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Webinar Replay: Grain Marketing is a Not One-Size-Fits-All Activity

In this blog post, we present a webinar that we put on recently that discusses how grain marketing is not a one-size-fits-all activity. We also discuss the role that different strategies, advisors, and farm management software can play in your overall grain marketing plan.

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No Regret Crop Marketing: 3 Mindsets to Reduce the Emotion of Regret

In this blog post, guest author Cullen Wilson discusses how to fight the always present emotion of regret when making grain marketing decisions. He focuses on how you can apply the work of Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman to help you overcome the impact of regret.

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The Traits of the Top 20% of Farmers vs the Bottom 20%

In this blog post, we discuss a recent presentation that Dr. David Kohl gave on traits that he believes separate the top 20% vs. bottom 20% of farmers. We also add a few traits to his list.

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Don't Rely on Crop Insurance as Price Protection

In this blog post we revisit the actual price protection provided by multi-peril crop insurance. In most instances, don't rely on crop insurance as a marketing tool.

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You Need a Statistical Framework for Farm Management Decisions

Farming is a business with a ton of uncertainty. Producers can't let this uncertainty hamper their decision making. One way to add structure to the decision making process is to use the statistical concept of expected value when evaluating farm management decisions.

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