Brock Associates President/CEO Richard Brock believes there’s enough old crop corn to carry the U.S. through demand. That can be tricky to accept in a dry area like the Northern Plains. “The two states North Dakota and South Dakota combined produce seven percent of the U.S. corn crop, half of what Nebraska produces,” said Brock. “We have to keep in mind where the problems are.” Brock does not think the bullish soybean market is over yet. “USDA is forecasting a tight carryover; it is definitely a long-term game changer.”
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