FOLLOWING the release of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's January "Crop Production" and "Grain Stocks" reports, it's becoming increasingly clear that the story in the corn and soybean markets for the foreseeable future will be the ongoing pace of consumption, according to University of Illinois agricultural economist John Newton.
Newton said the pace of consumption for corn and soybeans is especially important given that the projected levels of
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