Tyne Morgan talks with Seth Meyer, an associate director and research professor with FAPRI at the University of Missouri.
“When you look around at exports, the Brazilians have been having a great export year, right into our harvest,” said Meyer. “At the same time, corn ethanol grind has really flattened out. That’s going to make the demand picture look pretty weak.”
Meyer talks more about production in the link.
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