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Corn stands well over waist high in late June south of Moorhead, Minn. This field was planted on a very early April 4. (Carrol Duerr, manager, Colfax (N.D.) Farmers Elevator Inc.)

Dry conditions raise corn prices

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FARGO, N.D. -- Rallying farm commodity marketing prices, in the wake of new realizations about hot, dry conditions during a critical period in the central Corn Belt, are causing a stir in the expanding corn planting areas of the Northern Plains, where crops still look promising.

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