USDA: 11B bushel corn harvest likely

Sep 20, 2004
— Frosts ignored by agency; analysts still uncertain. — Grain price down early, but recovering last week. In its most recent crop production forecast, released Friday, September 10, USDA's National Agriculture Statistics Service (NASS) dismissed most fears about early frosts in several northern-tier corn states and projected an 11 billion bushel corn crop, a record by over 800 million bushels. The nearest-term corn futures, and curre...

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