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      Drought Lowers Nebraska Corn Crop Projection

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      The U.S. Agriculture Department has lowered its predictions for the drought–stunted corn crops in Iowa and Nebraska.

      The USDA says that, based on November conditions, it expects a Nebraska crop of one and a quarter billion bushels. That's down more than two-percent from the October forecast.

      The Nebraska soybean crop forecast held steady at 203 million bushels, the same figure as October.

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