Ohio’s corn harvest to reflect nation’s record-breaking predictions

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The U.S.D.A. predicts the country’s corn harvest will reach about 13 billion bushels this year. That’s a 24 percent increase over last year’s crop. And if the forecast is accurate this will be the largest crop since 1933. Jim Ramey is Ohio’s field office director with the National Agriculture Statistics Service. Ramey said the corn harvest – though it has experienced some problems with drought – is looking good. Click on the icon to hear the interview.

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