One of the worst droughts in the Midwest has the U.S. cutting corn harvest estimates by 12 percent. A report released today by the U.S. Department of Agriculture predicted that farmers will harvest 12.97 billion bushels of corn, down from 14.79 billion estimated in June. Read more (Bloomberg) or view the report.
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