Crop prices up in January

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Feb 02, 2012

Even with some ups and downs in commodity markets over the last month, prices for most commodities are solidly ahead of this time a year ago.

U.S. crop prices rose 4 percent in January and are up 12 percent from January 2011, according to the latest USDA report.

Prices paid by farmers are 6 percent higher than a year ago.

Gary Crawford reports in this USDA podcast.


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