Anticipation builds for crop stats

Anticipation builds for crop stats

Corn conditions unchanged, while soybean conditions improve.

ACCORDING to University of Illinois agricultural economist Darrel Good, the debate about the U.S. Department of Agriculture's final estimates of 2014 average corn and soybean yields continues, with the market apparently anticipating that those estimates will exceed the August forecasts, particularly for corn.

At the margin, the size of the crops will also be influenced by the magnitude of harvested acreage, Good said.

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