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Even as record harvests have left the U.S. awash in corn, imports of the crucial animal feed are surging. It is happening because moves in currencies, ocean-shipping fees and railroad rates have combined to produce an unexpected result: bringing in corn from places like Brazil and Argentina can be cheaper for poultry and livestock producers in the Southeast U.S. than buying it from the Midwest, as reported by the Wall Street Journal.

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