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A rectilinear regression model using the year-ending commercial corn stocks-to-use ratio and a set of dummy variables representing policy changes and weather-related production shocks explains more than 98 percent of the variation in the season average corn price paid to farmers in the 1963-2002 period, excluding 1985 and 1986.

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