USDA Looking for Changes in Crop Numbers

USDA Looking for Changes in Crop Numbers

NASS will resurvey producers in states with unharvested acreage.

When producers were surveyed in late November and early December, there was significant unharvested acreage of corn in Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin; and significant unharvested acreage of soybeans in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. The unharvested area and expected production were included in the totals released on Tuesday.

 

USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service says it may release updated acreage, yield, production and stocks estimates for corn and soybeans in the March 10 Crop Production report. NASS will re-contact respondents who previously reported acreage not yet harvested in these states. If the newly collected data justifies any changes, NASS will update the January 12 estimates in the March 10 report.  The exception will be for South Dakota and North Dakota. Since the inclement weather has persisted in those two states, producers there will be re-interviewed at a later time.

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