Has Corn Hit Its Peak?

A new report takes the pressure off ethanol producers and others dependent on the yellow grainfor now

Corn prices had to take a breather at some point. After an eye-popping ascent in 2006, prices for the yellow grain fell on Mar. 30 after a highly anticipated Agriculture Dept. report predicted that farmers would plant 90.5 million acres of corn this year, above already inflated expectations. Last year, 78.6 million acres were planted.

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