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How were both the Agriculture Department's domestic and world balance sheets for corn affected by Monday's adjustments in U.S. corn production estimates? (Rod Bain and Acting World Agricultural Outlook Board Chair Mark Jekanowski)
Despite another increase in global wheat production, declines in some major producing nations may provide U.S. wheat exports a boost. (Rod Bain and Acting World Agricultural Outlook Board Chair Mark Jekanowski)