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Higher Corn Prices?
Todd Hultman DTN Grains Analyst
Mon Nov 4, 2013 01:16 PM CST

Even though this fall's corn harvest is finding some challenges from wet weather and wet corn, there does not seem to be much dispute that the 2013 crop will hit a new record, possibly near 14 billion bushels when it is finished. When USDA releases its next WASDE report on Nov. 8, we are apt to find the U.S. ending stocks-to-use ratio for corn at 16% or more for 2013-14, up from the more bullish ratio of 7% a year ago. In addition to the record harvest, there is a rumor circulating that the Environmental Protection Agency is considering a ...

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