THE U.S. Department of Agriculture's "Grains & Oilseeds Outlook," released in February, shocked the trade by projecting that U.S. farmers would decrease their planted acres of soybeans in 2015-16.
Commodity prices are lower, and the trade naturally expected that farmers would choose soybeans since beans have a lower cost of production. Last week, the trade predicted this same scenario, once
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