Lingering dryness is impacting the livestock markets while an abundance of weekend rain is dragging down the grains.
Weather continues to be front and center while traders are working to calculate crops in the U.S.
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It seems likely that U.S. corn yield will fall below the government forecast of 170.7 bushels per acre, and even though a smaller harvest would shrink the burdensome carryout, the effect may be lighter than one might expect.
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