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USDA Predicts Corn Crop Rebound In Indiana, Nation



The U.S. Department of Agriculture expects Indiana corn farmers to rebound from a dismal crop last year by producing nearly one-billion bushels in 2013, about 400-million bushels more than 2012.

The USDA also expects Indiana soybean growers to produce more than 260 million bushels, up from about 224 million bushels last year.

Purdue Extension agricultural economist Chris Hurt says the larger crop will mean lower food prices.

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