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Corn acres expected to fall from 2008 levels
The prospective plantings report issued by USDA last Tuesday shows U.S. farmers are expecting to plant record high soybean acreage at the expense of corn, wheat and cotton acreage. Perhaps more disconcerting is that the report shows a total reduction of all crop acres of 7.
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