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COLUMBUS, Ind. — Purdue University agricultural economist Chris Hurt has this timely advice for central Indiana farmers.
Sell soybeans soon after harvest to capture high prices before they evaporate, he suggests, but store as much harvested corn as possible in hopes its price moves 15 percent higher to $5 per bushel in a few months.
Please read Friday's edition of The Republic for more information.
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