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September 13, 2018

Fall 2018 Crop Outlook

Updated corn and soybean outlook following the release of USDA’s September Crop Production and WASDE reports. Purdue agricultural  economists Chris Hurt, Michael Langemeier, and Jim Mintert discuss the outlook, marketing strategies, and storage opportunities. They also look at early estimated 2019 corn and soybean breakevens.

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