Finding demand support is a tough proposition

October 2014
Prairie Farmer;Oct2014, Vol. 186 Issue 10, p7
The article focuses on the difficulty of having a demand support for the huge corn crop in 2014 in the U.S. Topics covered include lower potential demand in domestic production of ethanol, moderate increase in demand from the feed sector until 2015 and very slow increase in exportation as European and Chinese farmers have huge corn harvests as well. Also mentioned are lower demands for soybeans and opportunities for soybean exports with higher global demand.


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