Higher prices for corn and soybeans may incentivize local farmers to change the acreage mix for next year. The Money Farm market analyst Luke Swenson says seed companies are prepping for strong demand for these crops. “Ironically, the growers out west who had sworn off corn from the last few years bought corn again for next year. We think wheat and specialty crops will need to actually pull prices higher to get the acres they want next year.”
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