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Ag Policy Blog
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Mon Nov 18, 2013 10:00 AM CST

Farmers in parts of the northern and eastern Corn Belt would be collecting Price Loss Coverage payments on their corn crops this week IF the House version of the farm bill were in place.

DTN's market tracker shows corn for delivery selling as low as $3.17 a bushel in northeast Montana. Cash prices in several states show farmers would be receiving a target-price check for corn.

Currently, House and Senate negotiators are trying to come to conclusions on the commodity programs. Principal lawmakers continue to meet in private, but conferees have not announced any new public meetings on the farm ...

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