USDA raises corn, soybean, wheat crop estimates: Podcast

Reduction in Brazil's corn crop should help U.S. exports.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture raised its estimates for this year’s corn, soybean and wheat crops but also raised exports.

Projected corn exports increased to 2.05 billion bu. from the June estimate of 1.95 billion bu., largely on ideas that the smaller Brazil crop will turn foreign buyers to the U.S.


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