Last fall, I wrote about our sharing in the high times of the second Golden Age of Agriculture (Late November 2013 issue). Golden Ages don’t happen very often – the first one occurred 100 years ago – and they don’t last long. The game is changing and it looks like the current Golden Age has passed. Let’s review the damage. Corn prices, as measured by the national average corn price received by farmers, are sinking below the $4/bu. mark for the first time since ...

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