U.S. Boosts Farm Income Estimate to $71 Billion on Cost DropBy
Feed, other expenses falling along with commodity prices
Profits still down 11 percent from last year on crop glut
The U.S. Department of Agriculture forecast that farmers will see more profit this year than it previously predicted as costs declined for feed, fuel and fertilizer.
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