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Long-term trend yield for corn this year should be around 164 bu/acre, U of I ag economists Scott Irwin and Darrel Good estimate. But that’s not the whole story. Both say wide variations are possible due to unforeseen weather situations.  They estimate there is roughly a 10% chance of the U.S. average corn yield falling below 150 bushels and a 20% chance of yield rising above 170 bushels.

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