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Lower crop prices could curb input costs

Changes in the economics of grain production could mean a shift in the demand for and prices of agricultural inputs for the 2014 crop, according to Alan Miller, a Purdue Extension agricultural economist.

With some drought relief in major corn- and soybean-producing states leading to expected higher yields and lower commodity...




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