PRIOR to the release of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's November "Crop Production" and "World Agriculture Supply & Demand Estimates" reports, the trade anticipated an increase in both the corn and soybean yield and production estimates; however, the latest report surprised the trade when it revealed a reduction in corn estimates.
Additionally, strong demand for both commodities has many wondering whether a record-large supply will actually
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