Farmers who have experienced delays in planting corn could take advantage of a market rally in soybeans and switch to planting beans, according to Purdue University agricultural economist Chris Hurt.
Soybean prices surged after a recent U.S. Department of Agriculture report showed a sharp reduction in global soybean inventories and stronger-than-anticipated demand for U.S. exports.
"Delayed planting this spring may actually turn out to be a financial blessing if farmers end
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