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Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Thu Jun 12, 2014 05:09 PM CDT

Ontario is on the radar for many today, as this marks the day that Ontario residents head to the polls to choose their next ruling party and Premier. Also of interest is today's Ontario Field Crop Report, with the government making early projections of the switch from corn acres to soybean acres due to a combination of economics combined with the challenging conditions this spring as a result of excessive rainfall.

According to Statistics Canada, Ontario's corn acres remained steady at 2.225 million metric tonnes in 2013, after increasing each of the previous four years. The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture ...

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