AS anticipation builds ahead of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's March 31 "Prospective Plantings" report, the March 10 "World Agriculture Supply & Demand Estimates" revealed a mixed picture.
Feed grain ending stocks for 2014-15 were projected to be lower, with reductions for corn and barley. Corn use for ethanol production was projected to be 50 million bu. lower based on the new "Grain Crushings & Co-Products Production" report that US
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