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USDA Crop Production

USDA Crop Production Report

USDA Crop Production Report

The Crop Production Report, issued monthly, presents data on a number of US crops and discusses planted acreage, area harvested and yields, etc.

There is also an Annual report which is released in January.

This is a new section and older crop reports can be found here.


USDA Crop Production Report

Winter wheat production is forecast at 1.49 billion bushels, down 10 percent from 2012.

Released March 8, 2013, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, United States...

Released January 11, 2013, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, United States...

All cotton production is forecast at 17.3 million 480-pound bales, down 1 percent from last month but up 11 percent from last...

Corn production is up slightly from the October forecast, with soybean production up four per cent and cotton production up one...

Corn production was down slightly from September forecast. Soybean production was up 9 percent and cotton production was up 1...

Corn production is down slightly from August forecast. Soybean production is down 2 percent and cotton production is down 3...

Corn production is down 13 per cent from 2011, soybean production down 12 per cent, cotton production up 13 per cent from 2011...

Rapidly expanding drought and a record-setting, late-month heat wave severely stressed pastures and summer crops, especially...

Corn planted acreage is up five per cent from 2011, soybean acreage is up one per cent. All wheat acreage is up three per cent...

Corn stocks are down 14 per cent from June 2011, soybean stocks are up eight per cent. All wheat stocks are down 14 per cent,...

Winter wheat production is down 1 percent from May and orange production is up 1 percent from May.

Most of the Nation continued to experience unusually warm weather, with record-setting April warmth noted across portions of...

Corn Stocks Down 8 Percent from March 2011, soybean Stocks Up 10 Percent and all Wheat Stocks Down 16 Percent, according to the...

February warmth was especially prevalent across the eastern half of the Nation, where pastures and winter grains exhibited...

According to the USDA Crop Values report, the price of corn per bushel has almost doubled since 2009, moving from $3.55 in 2009...

During January, temperatures were above average across much of the Nation, leading to thawing fields, below average snowpack,...

Hay stocks decreased across much of the Nation's midsection. In most cases, these decreases were attributed to an unusually dry...

Corn for grain production is estimated at 12.4 billion bushels, up slightly from the 1 November forecast.

For archive versions of USDA Crop Production, please click here.

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