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Drought, economics to impact agriculture PDF E-mail

Normally, when commodities reach record-high prices, it takes a few years before farm commodities exceed those marks once again.

Arlan Sunderman, market analyst for Farm Futures, said during Husker Harvest Days that, after records were set in 1988, it took eight years, until 1996, before the record was broken. From then, it was a 12-year wait to 2008.

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