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Wheat not yet cost-effective corn alternative

Jun 27, 2008
Wheat not yet cost-effective corn alternative Amid fears that flood-induced acreage losses will push corn prices even higher, livestock producers are considering their options to find the least-cost feed rations for their herds. For now, wheat prices are too high to be considered a cost-effective alternative for corn, but that could change as flood damage is assessed and corn acreages losses calculated. "How this all turns out in the end will depend on what happens with the corn crop...

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