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Surging Grain Prices Fuel Surprise Farm Recovery – The Wall Street Journal

Higher commodity prices are benefiting grain farmers but could lead to higher prices at the grocery store



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A crop glut that battered American farmers is subsiding, fueling an unexpected recovery in the U.S. Farm Belt following a yearslong agricultural recession.
Prices for corn, soybeans and wheat have soared to their highest levels in more than six years as dry weather and strong export demand from China drain U.S. stockpiles.
The rising commodity prices are rippling through the food chain, helping drive a sharp increase in U.S. farm income and lifting the prospects for a swath of rural businesses,…

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