The last four months of 2013 are setting up favorably for poultry and hog producers. The combination of lower input costs and record-high broiler and hog prices should be highly profitable and motivating in regard to increasing supply. The decline in feed prices is staggering. Corn futures for September through December are averaging 32 percent below the first half average. Similarly, soy-meal futures for that period are 14 percent below first-half averages. The Agriculture ...

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