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Despite dry conditions for the next two weeks, without a significant heat event in July, national corn yield is unlikely to fall too far below the long-term trend, further expanding global supplies. Given the current state of the 2017 corn crop, and the weather forecasts for early July, final yield shouldn’t fall more than 3 or 4 percentage points below USDA’s trend of 170 bushels per acre. (Reuters)

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