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The NWS says warmer and wetter than normal in the Heartland in its last 6 to 10 day forecast. A very positive outlook for crop development as we may gain a little more time for this growing season. And moisture is welcome at this time!

A month from now we’ll have a better handle on yields as Mother Nature is still running the show when it comes down to the corn crop.

Crop report on Thursday and you’ll get what you deserve if you anticipate what the USDA says.

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