Minnesota farmer sees disconnect between grain markets and struggling U.S. crop

Minnesota farmer sees disconnect between grain markets and struggling U.S. crop

A southeast Minnesota farmer suggests there might be a disconnect between the grain markets and this year’s U.S. crop.

Les Anderson of Cannon Falls says drought has impacted his state and many others.

“I don’t think our yields can be that great overall when you look at how many areas have gotten hit, and I’m just sort of curious why these prices (are where they’re at) right now, especially on corn.

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