[custom_headline type=”center” level=”h4″ looks_like=”h5″ accent=”true”] See how high corn has been after being adjusted for the CPI, as well as a more realistic version of the CPI, which beginning in 1988 adds an additional 2% to the annual price inflation rate – to account for the BLS’s methodology changes that were designed to understate price inflation in order to keep Social Security COLA increases as low as possible. [/custom_headline]

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[visibility type=”visible-phone” inline=”true”]Corn Adjusted for Price Inflation[/visibility]
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