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Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Feb 4, 2013 07:02 AM CST

Some private firms continue to increase their outlooks for soybean and corn production in Brazil as the crops come closer to maturity. Argentina, on the other hand, continues to draw concern as heat and dryness take their toll. However, the net-net effect is that Brazil is seemingly offsetting the incremental reduction in Argentine crops such that total South American production is getting closer and closer to a quantified level that is respectable and much better than last year.

The importers are lining up at ports awaiting harvest. If the long lines become so exasperating that it becomes necessary to use ...

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