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Corn matures on the stalk in a field near Elkville, Ill., earlier this week. Rainy and hot weather extremes have varied the crop yield widely across Illinois.
Aug. 12, 2011 in Business on Page A8
ST. LOUIS – Americans can expect to pay slightly higher food prices next year, because of expectations that an unseasonably hot summer damaged much of this year’s corn crop. But …
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