The Missouri Director of Agricultural Statistics expects record setting corn yields because of the cool and rainy summer. Laura McNamara
The Director of Missouri's Agricultural Statistics Gene Danekas estimates the state's corn production will increase nearly 40 percent from last year.
Danekas says the harvest could be one of the largest yields in Missouri history.
Danekas says farmers could harvest about thirty-five more bushels of corn per acre. Reports from DTN Ag show harvest estimates put pressure on market traders. Past price increases and high demand are keeping sellers cautious of declining corn prices. From Missouri's State Capitol, I'm Laura McNamara.