IT'S no secret that this year has been tough for crop producers as both corn and soybean prices have been down significantly from recent years, but the long-term outlook may not be as dismal as many anticipated.
While industry experts continue to recommend that crop farmers tighten their belts, record demand and a possible reduction of corn production in the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Jan. 12 "Gr
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