By Sam Nelson CHICAGO, March 28 (Reuters) - Record-high soybean prices are expected to lure U.S. farmers to make a huge shift away from corn production in 2008 and if the current cold, soggy weather pattern persists in key corn states, corn plantings may be cut even more dramatically than analysts now expect. "It's still early, but it has to be a concern. The prospects of getting a late start or not getting the stuff planted early this year are there, with the wetter and cooler ...
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