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Some farmers who were leaning toward planting more wheat this fall are now on the fence about the decision as corn and soybean harvest nears. The recent dip in wheat prices, from nearly $5 per bushel in June to below $4 per bushel now, created much of the indecision. Just weeks ago, it appeared likely farmers could bump wheat acres this fall, weather permitting, due to stronger prices. (

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