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A”maize”ing global support for wheat prices | The Land



Tight global corn stocks and another expected deficit this year have moved global prices to almost nine-year highs.

Such has been the price pressure that typically-committed corn buyers are turning to feed wheat to try to limit cost pressures in livestock feeding.

This has supported global wheat…

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