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on June 9, 2009

Argentina, Brazil face falling grain production

Argentinean and Brazilian farmers are expected to harvest 675 million fewer bushels of corn and 711 million fewer bushels of soybeans than they did in 2007-08, according to an article by the Southeast Farm Press.

Argentinean and Brazilian farmers are expected to harvest 675 million fewer bushels of corn and 711 million fewer bushels of soybeans than they did in 2007-08, according to an article by the Southeast Farm Press .

The decline is due to lack of rain in Argentina and Brazil earlier this year.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture will issue its next world supply and demand outlook estimates June 12.

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