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USDA reports surplus in corn lowers prices

The USDA has released the latest on world agricultural supply and demand estimates.

Corn prices are down 10 cents to $6.60 per bushel for the season average.

This is due to a surplus in the vegetable here in the U.S. which is sending down prices.

There is still no world on whether it will have an impact on ethanol production or pricing.

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