Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by leftybuff, Jan 2, 2008.
Add $100.00 per barrel oil to the list, its there today but no close price yet.
Commodity prices do seem volatile, do they not?:wink2:
$100 dalloars a barrel for oil.....
if I am not mistaken wheat futures are up over $10 dollars a bushel or was last week last I heard.... :wow:
And that is one of the main reasons why my family in Eastern Colorado has recently entered into some nice leases on what used to be pretty fertile farm land.
dry land or irregation?
and why corn harvest wont take as long next year for me in *ebraska. Looks like I'll be there arounf July 4th for the wheat harvest...
Most of Eastern Colorado is dry land. Not saying for sure that is the case here, but it a good chance.
ok I thought they may tap the aquifer that runs from west texas upp to montana on the eastern side of the Rockies...
UBT: It's only a vicious rumour that the Ogallala Aquifer extends through Wyoming and Montana. Another malicious attempt by the Corn to steal Wyoming Water!!
It's been close but has not broke $10.00 yet.
The Ogallala aquifer quits to the south of me by about 20 miles, barely touches Wyoming if at all.
I got snowed into Ogallala for 3 days once... It was horrible
How did this thread morph into a investmetn/commodity/irrigation thread?:wow:
Actually a bit of both. The wheat is dry land. The corn is irrigation.
Then that's pretty valuable stuff. Irrigated land in Eastern Colorado is rare, or so I've been told.
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