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BASIS LEVELS KEEP SINKING – Big yields often mean poor basis levels as it is, but high river levels make matters worse for some farmers in western Illinois. “In the Burlington area, the water’s been so high on the Mississippi, it’s basically been shut down for a couple weeks,” said Eric Wuthrich of Farmers Grain Company in Roseville. Typically, 50-60 cents under, basis levels currently stand in the mid-80-cent range, he said. (

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