Why Crop Prices Are Soaring

The USDA has been full of surprises in their last few crop reports-and this past Fridays was no different.

The good corn yields in the northern part of the Corn Belt were not good enough to offset the central and southern Corn Belt yield losses.

With an expected average yield now of only 155.8 bushels per acre, the corn market is now a “new ball game.”

For more on the soaring crop prices, read the full article on AgriMarketing.com.

 

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