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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Wed Jul 16, 2014 08:42 AM CDT

The term you are looking for when it comes to farm programs and the corn market is Agricultural Risk Coverage.

We're going to have to ignore old-crop corn and its $3.55 average cash price. We're talking about new crop corn and the 2014 marketing year. The crop looks great and prices on the futures are dropping to their lowest levels in four years.

Sometime this fall, likely right around the middle of harvest, farmers are going to have to start breaking down the ins and outs on the new farm programs and look at their comfort levels for farm programs ...

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