In an article in Agri-News :
Jason Ward, North Star Commodity Investment Co., said a lower-than-expected corn crop size would move the market. With a current national corn yield average of
151.2 bushels per acre, anything below 150 bushels would be shocking, Ward
"If we stay above 150 bushels per acre, the market will not be
extremely bullish. Any number that comes down a bushel per acre or more would be considered bullish," Ward said.