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Meet the Farmers
The one and only Corn Palace, in Mitchell So. Dakota. It was built in 1892 to promote local corn.
Al at the other CBOT
Raising the roof... on a new grain bin. It takes a lot of room to store all of the nation's corn crop.
Do you remember? Back in 2007, the price of corn finally moved above $3 a bushel... and stayed there. This grain elevator finally broke down and made a "3" to put on their sign to show farmers the price they would pay for corn.
A group of grain bins on a gray fall day.
A field of tasselled corn. Corn is very sensitive to heat at this stage; if it is too hot, the kernels won't form.
An ethanol plant under construction.
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