No. Corn prices are rising actually, as they typically do during winter. The cold weather leads to decreased output which raises demand, which, in turn, raises prices. To read more, see the following article.
If corn prices appear to be going down, it is because the government is giving larger subsidies to farmers who are producing corn for food as opposed to corn for ethanol. This means that more tax dollars are being given to these corn farmers, so even if the prices in the store are lower, we are paying more in the end.
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