Business & Finance: Corn, Oats

The luck of the long unlucky "grain belt" remained good. Wheat slumped somewhat, after its recent sharp advance. But its place was taken by corn and oats. The former has risen to over $1.00 a bushel, while the latter has already passed 50¢. Since Jan. 1, corn has risen over 20¢ and oats over 10¢, thus adding over $500,000,000 in value to the corn crop and about $125,000,000 to the oat crop. As far as the former is concerned, rising prices of moderate extent for all staple grains is much more beneficial...

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