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Soybean seeding rates affect input costs

April 10, 2009
From Wayne Schoper Brown/Nicollet Extension Educator

As you know, we have seen a lot of volatility in the corn and soybean markets over the past year or so. Not quite a year has passed since we saw record high corn and soybean prices. Around the end of June 2008, corn reached just over $7 per bushel and soybeans were over $16 per bushel for a short period of time. That being said, the high prices were short lived and very few farmers actually sold much crop at those prices.

 
 
 

 

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