March 11, 2010
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With costs rising and futures stuck in a trading range, corn farmers are looking for ways to price their 2010 crop at $4 per bushel or better.
Richard Brock, marketing advisor, says it can be done using a combination of marketing tools.
Brock outlined one approach during an Early Riser Marketing Session at the 2010 Commodity Classic in Anaheim, Calif.
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