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The USDA has once again reduced the estimated corn production from American farmers as the country's farming industry continues to struggle amid the worst drought conditions in 50 years
Grain futures closed mostly higher on the Chicago Board of Trade Wednesday while equities wobbled, and then closed lower on Wall Street. Corn was up 2 3/4 to up 3, soybeans were up 10 to up 11, wheat was up 7 1/4 to up 9 3/4 and oats were off 1. Corn futures rose as the U.S.
MAUMEE, Ohio, July 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Andersons, Inc. (Nasdaq: ANDE) announced today it has increased its grain storage capacity in Michigan by nearly 4 million bushels.
U.S. corn futures slid to a 7-month low Tuesday on technical selling and a wet weather forecast, suggesting poor corn pollination, traders said. September corn closed down 11 3/4 cents to $3.11 1/2 per bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade and December corn ended down 11 3/4 cents to $3.22.
Dramatic price fluctuations, increasing demand, the food vs. fuel debate, and other events of the past year may have food producers wondering which way is up.
Grains closed mostly lower on the Chicago Board of Trade Thursday, as the dollar gained in strength during a surge in U.S. stock markets. Corn was off 6 3/4 to off 7, soybeans were up 1/2 to up 3, wheat was off 9 to off 10 1/4 and oats were off 1 to off 2. Corn closed lower although the U.S.
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