Crop Prices to Fall as U.S. Drought Eases, Economist SaysAlan Bjerga
Corn and soybean crops devastated by the worst drought since the 1930s should recover this year, lowering prices, said Joe Glauber, chief economist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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