Corn and Soybean Prices Fall On Ample Supply Predictions Despite Midwest Storms

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A lone corn plant stands among others blown over by high winds in a... News PhotoAgriculture,Crop,Economy,Farm,Farmer,Field,Food,Harvesting,Horizontal,Illinois,Midwest USA,North America,Outdoors,Rain,Soybean,Storm,The Americas,USA,Weather,WindPhotographer Collection: Bloomberg Bloomberg Finance LP 2014A lone corn plant stands among others blown over by high winds in a field near Tiskilwa, Illinois, U.S., on Tuesday, July 1, 2014. A powerful wind storm, known as a derecho, swept from the Midwest to the western Great Lakes yesterday, bringing devastating wind gusts, reported tornadoes and heavy rain into Illinois, Iowa, and Nebraska according to Weather.com. Despite the weather, corn fell for a third day to trade near the lowest level in more than five months on expectations that a record U.S. harvest of the grain will boost supplies for the top exporter. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images