John Hauge unloads soybeans Tuesday at the Glacial Plains Cooperative in Sunburg. The USDA projected Tuesday record-breaking corn and soybean yields in the nation. Tribune photo by Carolyn Lange
Record year, but worries remain
WILLMAR -- Record-breaking corn and soybean yields for 2009 were projected Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, sending commodity markets down.
However, the numbers tell only part of the story for Minnesota farmers.
"We may have a big, poor-quality corn crop, said Mark Schultz, senior vice president of Northstar Commodity. "A large crop but poor quality."
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