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It wasn't just the August U.S. soybean balance sheet affected by the latest downward adjustments to domestic bean production forecasts. (Rod Bain and Acting World Agricultural Outlook Board Chair Mark Jekanowski)
What is reflected in the Agriculture Department's August outlooks for rice production, supply, and demand both here and abroad? (Rod Bain and Acting World Agricultural Outlook Board Chair Mark Jekanowski)