Crop forecast sends corn prices to near taxpayer subsidy trigger
By Alan Bjerga
WASHINGTON — The U.S. government Friday increased its forecast for a surplus of corn, raising the prospect prices will tumble to levels that would trigger subsidy payments to farmers.
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