Friday, August 26, 2011

US Corn Crop Likely to Fail to Meet Global Demand

"Wall Street Goes Down on Farm for Real Dirt" Wall Street Journal Aug 26 p. C1 print edition

"US forecasters predict that the nation's crop will fall short of demand by 246 million bushells in the next year. That will shrink inventories used to help prevent shortages.

Also worrisome this year is the vast difference in the quality of corn growing in key corn-producing states."

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