Corn farmers may break production, supply records

Wojcicki, Cathryn
May 2013
Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;5/13/2013, p8
The article focuses on the expected record corn crop that will be produced by U.S. farmers in 2013, according to the Department of Agriculture. USDA forecasts corn supply of 14.9 billion bushels which will be driven by strong yields and record plantings. According to National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) President Pam Johnson, the unprecedented abundance of corn shows the faith that experts place in corn farmers and in the agribusiness.


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