To say the least, Steven Albracht is a high-intensity corn farmer. He is disappointed if yields don’t top 300 bushels per acre. But even with gargantuan yields, he must market wisely to help pocket a good return and prevent strangling from high production costs. “I’ve learned to put more time in producing, trusting my grain elevator to do much of the marketing,” says Albracht, a Hart, Texas, grower who has a corn, cotton and triticale rotation, all under irrigation. ...

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