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Ag economists: potential counter to low crop prices

Aug 1, 2014
Corn and soybeans futures prices have dropped to their lowest levels since 2010—corn below $4 per bushel and soybeans under $11. That is partly because of higher yields expected for many farms this fall. Although high yields result in more bushels for farmers to sell, the abundant supply leads to much lower prices, eroding profits.

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