World weather review: U.S. corn planting ahead of schedule

May 18, 2012
Drought effects continue to diminish in the U.S. except for some areas in the Southeast and Southwest. Most of the northern half of Mexico remains under drought conditions, resulting in a 22 percent year-overyear increase in year-to-date (weekly AMS data through May 5) imports of Mexican feeder cattle into the U.

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