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Soybeans: Will Shift in Acreage Impact National Yield in 2017?

Soybeans: Will Shift in Acreage Impact National Yield in 2017?

πŸ‘€By Todd Hubbs, Scott Irwin, and Darrel Good, University of Illinois 🕔Apr 20, 2017

USDA’s release of the March Prospective Planting report indicated an increase in planted acreage for soybeans in 2017. At a record high of 89.5 million acres, the report shows approximately 6 million additional acres of soybeans planted above last year

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Crop Planting Intentions Highlight Land-Use Changes

Crop Planting Intentions Highlight Land-Use Changes

πŸ‘€By Donald Stotts, Oklahoma State University 🕔Apr 17, 2017

The end-of-March 2017 wheat planted acreage numbers decreased 8.2 percent from one year ago at 46.1 million acres, driven by poor wheat prices and following a general trend of decreasing wheat acreage resulting in the lowest all-wheat-planted acreage totals since

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Grain Markets: What Do Last Week’s Reports Mean for Corn, Soybean Prices?

Grain Markets: What Do Last Week’s Reports Mean for Corn, Soybean Prices?

πŸ‘€By Todd Hubbs, University of Illinois 🕔Apr 3, 2017

On March 31, the USDA released the Prospective Plantings and Grain Stocks reports. The Grain Stocks report gives an opportunity to assess the pace of consumption for corn and soybeans during the current marketing year. The Prospective Plantings report provides

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Grain Market: USDA Plantings Report Lit a Fire Under the Bears – DTN

Grain Market: USDA Plantings Report Lit a Fire Under the Bears – DTN

πŸ‘€By Todd Hultman, DTN Analyst 🕔Apr 3, 2017

All winter long, there has been a lot of talk about how new-crop grain prices favored soybean acres this spring, and the bearish-leaning nervousness expressed in this week’s soybean trade was palpable. Friday’s estimate from USDA that a record-high 89.5

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Arkansas: Acres Shift to More Soybeans, Cotton

Arkansas: Acres Shift to More Soybeans, Cotton

πŸ‘€By Mary Hightower, University of Arkansas 🕔Mar 31, 2017

Soybeans and cotton acreage are expected to expand in 2017 compared to last year, while rice, corn and grain sorghum acres will slide in a landscape shaped by markets, cost of production and ability to borrow, experts with the University

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Welch on Grain: Corn Planting Intentions Just Under 90M Acres

Welch on Grain: Corn Planting Intentions Just Under 90M Acres

πŸ‘€By Mark Welch, Texas AgriLife Extension 🕔Mar 31, 2017

Market Situation Prospective Plantings. Corn planting intentions for 2017 came in at 89.996 million acres in today’s Prospective Plantings report. This number was just slightly below the average trade guess ahead of the report (90.969 million) and right at the

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Mississippi: Producers Forecast to Grow More Cotton, Less Corn

Mississippi: Producers Forecast to Grow More Cotton, Less Corn

πŸ‘€By Nathan Gregory, MSU Extension Service 🕔Mar 31, 2017

Strong export demand for cotton and soybean is causing Mississippi producers to shift away from corn and rice as they finalize their planting plans for 2017. The U.S. Department of Agriculture Prospective Plantings report released March 31 estimates the state’s

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Corn, Soybeans: Using the Soybean-to-Corn Price Ratio to Predict March Planting Intentions

Corn, Soybeans: Using the Soybean-to-Corn Price Ratio to Predict March Planting Intentions

πŸ‘€By Todd Hubbs and Darrel Good, University of Illinois 🕔Mar 8, 2017

The magnitude of U.S. planted acreage of corn and soybeans will be important in determining prices for both crops during the 2017-18 marketing year. Projections of planted acreage are currently in an unusually wide range. The wide range reflects uncertainty

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Ag Economy Barometer: Producer Sentiment Backs Off from Jan. Peak

Ag Economy Barometer: Producer Sentiment Backs Off from Jan. Peak

πŸ‘€By James Mintert, David Widmar, and Michael Langemeier, Purdue University 🕔Mar 7, 2017

Following three months of strong gains, the Purdue/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer shifted course during February, declining to a reading of 134 compared to 153 a month earlier. Although the Barometer–a measure of producer sentiment based on a monthly survey

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Soybeans: Informal Consensus Leans Toward More Beans In Midwest – DTN

Soybeans: Informal Consensus Leans Toward More Beans In Midwest – DTN

πŸ‘€By Mary Kennedy, DTN Basis Analyst 🕔Mar 7, 2017

USDA is estimating an increase in soybean acres this spring because the economics of doing so makes sense. But there are many who don’t think that acres will increase by as much as the most recent predictions. I have talked

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