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Each season brings a blend of good, bad and ugly fields. And Farm Journal agronomist Ken Ferrie says it doesn’t take a very long trip to prove that point this year.
Despite recent price action, corn markets have relatively stayed sideways in 2017. Mark Gold, managing partner with Top Third Ag Marketing, said there isn’t a chance the U.S. will repeat the same yields in 2017 that farmers experienced in 2016.
A dome of heat is pushing its way across farm country as major grains see their worst condition ratings in nearly four years.
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