Buy and stash cash corn

Otte, John
March 2011
Wallaces Farmer;Mar2011, Vol. 136 Issue 3, p84
Trade Publication
The article presents the projected 675 million-bushel corn carryout from the U.S. Department of Agriculture which shows that end corn users routinely buy corn futures to hedge their corn purchase price and protect against adverse price moves in Iowa in 2011. INSET: High costs dim profi t prospects.


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