Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Fri Apr 17, 2015 02:01 PM CDT

Earlier this week, I posted a blog item on the growing seasons going back to 1951 that featured El Nino conditions, and highlighted the years when corn yields were below trend line. The purpose of that blog item was to counter a notion that has been mentioned several times in the ag world during the past few weeks that "El Nino years NEVER have below-trend line corn yields."

That statement is incorrect. But, let's take another look at those El Nino seasons, and look at the other side of the coin--years with ABOVE-trend line corn yields. Not only are about ...

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