U.S. Corn Reserves on June 1 Drop to the Lowest Since 1997Jeff Wilson
Corn supplies on June 1 in the U.S., the biggest producer, fell 12 percent to 2.76 billion bushels, the lowest since 1997 after the worst drought in more than 70 years cut production to a six-year low in 2012, the government said.
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