EVEN during a good year, soybean farmers nationwide are, in essence, taking a loss. That's because changes in weather patterns have been eating into their profits, taking around $11 billion over the past 20 years, according to the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
This massive loss has been hidden, in effect, by the impressive annual growth seen in soybean yields, thanks to other factors. Still, that growth could have been 30% higher if weather vari
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