Recently we told you about the record yields of corn and soybean crops expected this year in Missouri. There is however, a downside of the strong supply…a dip in prices. Agriculture experts say while there will be more grain going to market, there will be a lower return for the state’s farmers. The price per bushel of corn is down more than half from a year ago, to roughly $4 from about $8. Missouri’s corn crop is on track to reach 599 million bushels and the outlook for soybeans is 258 million bushels.