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Corn Exports are On Pace

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Corn Exports are On Pace
Todd Hubbs, Agricultural Economist - University of Illinois Each Friday over the past three weeks December corn futures closed lower. These lower weekly thresholds have come despite a very good export pace. Todd Gleason has more from the Univeristy of Illinois. USDA projects this marketing year U.S. corn exports…
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1:49 radio self-contained USDA projects this marketing year U.S. corn exports will top two-point-four-billion bushels. So far that doesn’t look too bad says University of Illinois Agricultural Economist Todd Hubbs. Hubbs :19 …within the 2.45 billion bushels in my opinion.Quote Summary - We are definitely on pace. We’ll above last year’s pace, but everybody needs to remember we got off to a sluggish start last year and it really picked up in the second-half of the marketing year. We’ve seen a little bit of weakness recently, but we are still within the 2.45 billion bushels in my opinion.Hubbs is okay with USDA’s corn-used-to-pro…