High Low Last Chg
Dec 464'6 446'0 447'6 -12'2
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Sep 472'4 447'2 449'4 -18'2
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Dec 0.6345 0.0127
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Aug 142.225 140.350 141.575 0.050
Sep 143.100 141.350 142.550 0.050
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Aug 108.975 107.575 108.475 0.025
Oct 110.175 108.725 109.750 - 0.200
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Aug 60.92 59.20 59.29 -0.92

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Thursday, July 11, 2019 4:15PM CDT
Several discussions at the BIO World Congress this week in Des Moines focused on the promise of gene-edited foods and trying to allay consumer concerns over the technology and explain to them why gene editing differs from genetic engineering. There's also an uncertain regulatory environment globally.

Friday, July 5, 2019 9:57AM CDT
With farm income projected to be 45% lower in 2019 than its peak in 2013, have you lowered your business and personal expenses by 45%?

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