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Arkansas Wheat: 2018 Crop Budgets Available

Arkansas Wheat: 2018 Crop Budgets Available

👤By Scott Stiles, University of Arkansas Extension Ag Economist 🕔Sep 22, 2017

The University of Arkansas’ 2018 wheat budgets are available.  A pdf or “hard copy” version can be downloaded at this link: Crop Production Budgets for Farm Planning  See page 38 for a detailed wheat budget. An Excel spreadsheet version of the

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Illinois: 2018 Crop Budgets – More of the Same

Illinois: 2018 Crop Budgets – More of the Same

👤By Gary Schnitkey, University of Illinois Ag Economist 🕔Jul 26, 2017

Crop budgets for 2018 now are available on farmdoc. In addition, 2017 crop budgets have been revised and 2016 returns and costs have been updated. Overall, 2018 budgets suggest more of the same economic conditions that have occurred since 2013.

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Oklahoma Sorghum: Budget Operating Costs for Planting in June

Oklahoma Sorghum: Budget Operating Costs for Planting in June Updated

👤By Donald Stotts, Oklahoma State University 🕔Jun 5, 2017

Oklahoma farmers planting sorghum in June need to be aware that sugarcane aphid infestations before the boot stage can decimate their crop, underscoring the need to budget a corrective insecticide application before planting. Trent Milacek, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension

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Illinois: Modest Income Levels Projected for Grain Farms in 2017

Illinois: Modest Income Levels Projected for Grain Farms in 2017

👤By Gary Schnitkey, University of Illinois 🕔Jun 2, 2017

Listen to MP3 podcast In recent weeks, soybean prices have decreased, causing prospects for 2017 net incomes to decrease as well. At current fall-time delivery prices and trend yields, 2017 net incomes on grain farms would be near $25,000 per

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Illinois Corn: Revenues Below $700 per Acre Possible in 2017

Illinois Corn: Revenues Below $700 per Acre Possible in 2017

👤By Gary Schnitkey, University of Illinois 🕔Apr 19, 2017

For farmland having an expected corn yield of 190 bushels per acre, a reasonable expectation of 2017 gross revenue is $741 per acre. Obviously, revenue will vary from the $741 expectation depending on price and yield outcomes. In this article,

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Texas: Crop, Livestock Budget Spreadsheets for 2017 Now Available

Texas: Crop, Livestock Budget Spreadsheets for 2017 Now Available

👤By Blair Fannin, Texas AgriLife Extension 🕔Mar 13, 2017

Crop and livestock budget spreadsheets for 2017 are now available to both farmers and ranchers, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service economists. The budget spreadsheets help farmers and ranchers evaluate and project revenue and expenditures throughout the crop season.

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Soybean Market: Planting More in 2017? Consider Forward Pricing

Soybean Market: Planting More in 2017? Consider Forward Pricing

👤By Gary Schnitkey and Darrel Good, University of Illinois, farmdocDaily 🕔Dec 7, 2016

Current 2017 fall delivery bids for central Illinois are near $10 per bushel for soybeans while corn is near $3.60 per bushel. At those prices, soybeans are projected to be near $80 per acre more profitable than corn, sending a

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Texas: New Online Crop Decision Aid Tool

Texas: New Online Crop Decision Aid Tool

👤By Kate Harrell, Texas AgriLife Extension 🕔Nov 15, 2016

The Crop Analyzer, an Microsoft Excel-based, decision aid tool is available for crop producers in the Texas High Plains and South Texas. The decision tool assists producers in making management decisions by allowing them to analyze the optimal crop mix

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Illinois: Updated Projections for ’16 Crop Revenue, ’17 Budgets

Illinois: Updated Projections for ’16 Crop Revenue, ’17 Budgets

👤By Gary Schnitkey, University of Illinois, farmdocDaily 🕔Sep 28, 2016

Revised projections of 2016 crop returns and 2017 crop budgets have been released. For 2016, soybeans are projected to have record-setting yields, leading to higher soybean returns than in 2015. Given that non-land costs and cash rent cuts have occurred,

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Illinois Cash Rents: Continued Downward Pressure for 2017

Illinois Cash Rents: Continued Downward Pressure for 2017

👤By Gary Schnitkey, University of Illinois 🕔Aug 16, 2016

Recent USDA reports confirmed large corn and soybean crops for 2016 (see farmdoc daily August 15, 2016). Large 2016 production leads to low projected corn and soybean prices for 2017. Given low prices, projected 2017 returns will be very low.

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