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Corn production forecast to be smallest since 2008

Corn yields are expected to be down 34% in Ohio compared to last year, according to crop forecasts from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. That’s 409 million bushels, down from 617 million bushels in 2018. “If realized, this would be the smallest Ohio corn crop since 2008,” Cheryl Turner, state statistician for the USDA, said in a release. Nationally, corn production is expected to be down 4.3% to nearly 13.8 billion bushels. On Thursday, […]
Source: The Daily Jeff – News from Camberidge OH

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