WINTER in North America generally is a time to look to South America, where the corn and soybean harvests get under way this month and global buyers divert their grain ships to ports in Argentina and Brazil.
Both countries have decent crops this year. There has been talk of losses due to dry weather in Argentina or flooding in Brazil, but it appears that the losses will be minimal.
"There was early drying in the north, in Ma
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