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Alastair Stewart South America Correspondent

Wednesday 06/26/13

Brazil's Second-Crop Corn Starts Arriving
Brazil is on course to produce a massive second crop of corn. But logistical problems mean low prices in the interior, making these tense times for farmers.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 11:58AM CDT 06/26/13 by Alastair Stewart | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
I did not know they get grow two corn crops in Brazil. IF these corn could be shipped out. Could it hurt the US corn price?
Posted by Howard Hales at 11:15PM CDT 07/20/13
Will storage and transportation problems mean lost bushels (spoiled) or just delayed or downgraded bushels (grade)?
Posted by Bruce Neufeldt at 9:11AM CDT 07/21/13
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