USDA Lowers U.S. Corn, Soy Harvest View


The USDA cut its 2022 harvest estimates for both crops, which would mean smaller-than-expected supplies. They also estimated quarterly U.S. stocks of corn, soy and wheat below average trade estimates in its January crop reports. The forecasts coincide with concerns about tightening global grain supplies and rising food prices. Read more here.


Author: Successful Farming