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Bureau of Agricultural Statistics (BAS) yesterday said. A first-quarter cropping shift, inadequate water, intense heat and crop preference changes could lead to reduced harvest areas and yields, the agency said. In its latest "Rice and Corn
Sam Green/Cortez Journal The white corn held by Ute Mountain Ute Farm & Ranch operations assistant manager Michael Vicenti is ready to be cleaned and bagged. The bright green alfalfa fields appear like a surreal oasis tucked into the rolling hills of
Farmers in top U.S. grain states are planning to rotate to other crops after repeated plantings of corn on the same fields, combined with a devastating drought in 2012, badly hurt yields. Farmers in Iowa and Illinois, which accounted for almost 30
This year's corn production in Serbia is expected to be 45.9 percent down on last year, and amount to 3.5 million tons, the State Statistical Office announced...Compared to the 10-year average (2002-2011), the corn production is expected to fall by
So for most people, like Chad Simpson of Elizabeth, the drought this year is the worst they've ever seen. Simpson said the ironic thing about the drought is that in early June it looked like the best crop they'd ever seen. "It only took a month or a
Department of Agriculture gave its assessment of the historic drought Friday, forecasting national corn production at 10.8 billion bushels, down 13% from 2011 and the lowest production since 2006...Analysts knew lower projections were coming but "
Earlier this week, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released their Global Analysis Report for June 2012. The climate of the USA has been scorched for the
Consumers could see some relief from higher food prices by late fall, if the latest government crop forecast holds up. The U.S. Agriculture Department predicted Thursday that corn production will total 14.8 billion bushels, with
Henderson County led the state in soybean production last year while Union County was Kentucky's No...The year saw sharp increases in production statewide compared with the drought year of 2010. Here's a summary of the production report: Soybeans:
South Dakota corn production reached 653 million bushels in 2011, an increase of 15 percent from 2010...Agriculture Department says corn for grain production across the country is estimated at 12.36 billion bushels, down 0.7 percent from 2010.