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U.S. Farm Incomes to Hit Lowest Level Since 2009

“U.S. farm incomes will hit their lowest point this year since 2009, a U.S. Department of Agriculture forecast showed on Tuesday.” Such a forecast to US agriculture is brought on by bumper corn and soybean harvests as well as inventories for grains including wheat. It is expected that farmers will make record corn and soybean harvests this fall.

 

Review the predictions from Morningstar News.

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