senior agricultural economist , Advance Trading, Inc.
Larry was reared on a Central Illinois grain and livestock farm. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Ag Industries, and Master of Science degree in Agricultural Economics, from the University of Illinois. He earned his Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from The Ohio State University. He is responsible for assessing developments in both the domestic and overseas markets for coarse grains and oilseeds and their implications on corn and soybean merchandising opportunities for mid-western grain storage and handling facilities.
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La Niña may have greater impact on Argentine corn, soybeans.
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