US Corn Acreage Is Less Than Analysts Forecast on Wet Weather

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    US Corn Acreage Is Less Than Analysts Forecast on Wet Weather
    BusinessWeek - Jeff Wilson, Alan Bjerga - ‎26 minutes ago‎
    June 30 (Bloomberg) -- US farmers sowed 87.872 million acres (35.6 million hectares) with corn, less than expected and below a prior government forecast as below-average temperatures and wet weather in May interfered with ..
    U.S. Corn Acreage Is Less Than Analysts Forecast on Wet Weather - BusinessWeek

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    The sad reality is that the government could have millions of acres under irrigation in the west already if Obama had taken my plan and put it to work when he assumed the Presidency. Any corn that we did not sell overseas or domestically for alcohol production could be stored in the desert for future use. I doubt that we would need to store any, but to keep world prices up we could always use desert storage facilities to maintain buffers.

    Meanwhile Obama has done nothing to put people back to work.
     

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