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CO2-induced crop failure update: “if USDA is correct American farmers will harvest their first 14 billion bushel corn crop this fall, about a billion bushels above the old record”

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CO2-induced crop failure update: “if USDA is correct American farmers will harvest their first 14 billion bushel corn crop this fall, about a billion bushels above the old record”

http://tomnelson.blogspot.com/2013/07/co2-induced-crop-failure-update-usda-is.html

Record US Corn Production Expected to Improve Pork Industry Profitability – The Pig SiteUS – An agricultural economist with the University of Missouri expects record US corn production to result in greatly improved profitability for North American pork producers, Bruce Cochrane writes.The typical summer peak in live hog prices combined with some relief on the feed cost side has pushed the majority of North American pork producers back into the black.Dr Ron Plain, an agricultural economics professor with the University of Missouri, says if USDA is correct American farmers will harvest their first 14 billion bushel corn crop this fall, about a billion bushels above the old record.

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