By Sam Nelson CHICAGO, June 27 (Reuters) - Corn plantings in the United States, already pegged at the highest in over 60 years in a March government report, are expected to expand even more, according to analysts' polled by Reuters. "I went up a little on corn acres because of the high price for corn and the enthusiasm that it built," said Daniel Bluntzer, director of research for Frontier Risk Management. The U.S. Department of Agriculture early Friday will release its hotly ...
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