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USDA lowers corn crop expectations
A colder and wetter than normal start to the growing season, particularly in the eastern half of the Corn Belt, caused USDA to lower the 2009 corn crop yield number last week. The agency also lowered the expected production for this year, adding speculation to the possibility of higher prices for grains this year.
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