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DTN's Top Ag News of 2013
Mon Dec 30, 2013 02:43 PM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- We continue our list of the top 10 ag news stories of 2013 with No. 4: Bumpy Weather Ride to Bumper Crop; No. 3: EPA, RFS and CWA; and No. 2: Turning the Feed Cost Corner.


No. 4: Bumpy Weather Ride to Bumper Crop

By Bryce Anderson

DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist

Sometime in the future, the U.S. crop year 2013 will be looked at by the spread sheet numbers -- and they will show 14 billion bushels of corn harvested (a record at the time), and 3-billion-plus bushels of soybeans harvested (third-largest at that ...

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