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Farmers Predict Price Peak in Summer

March 22, 2013
By: Sara Schafer, Farm Journal Media Business and Crops Editor
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According to this week’s Farm Journal Pulse, 35% of farmers expect corn prices to peak this summer.

Farm Journal Pulse

It has been a wild ride for corn prices the last few months. As planting kicks off this month and next, what will be in store?

This week’s Farm Journal Pulse asked: When do you think 2013 corn prices will peak?

The most common answer from the more than 1,500 respondents is summer. The next most-popular answer is that corn prices already have peaked.

Here are the results:

  • Already have: 32%
  • Spring: 25%
  • Summer: 35%
  • Fall: 5%
  • Winter 2%


Click the map below to see how people responded:

FJ Pulse 3 21 13


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