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Fundamentally Speaking
Fri Sep 27, 2013 08:28 AM CDT

The USDA will issue its next crop production report on October 11 and at that time; they will update their world agricultural supply-demand estimates (WASDE).

In an earlier piece, we noted that is the USDA increased its U.S. corn yield estimate from the August to the September crop production report there was a strong likelihood that the USDA would again increase the yield from the September into the final report issued in January.

This along with the continuation of stellar harvest results with yields coming in anywhere from 5-30 bushels per acre (bpa) better ...

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