I don't know where she gets her figures from, but it's a very simple calculation where they went wrong. They took the whole amount of tax that was collected through the fall season and divided it by all the farms that produce grains and oilseeds, but it's not all the tons that get dried, because wheat doesn't get dried, and some soybeans don't get dried, but corn has to be dried. It depends what your split on the farm is of the commodities you grow.
On June 12th, 2020. See this statement in context.