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August Crop Production: Corn Data

August 11, 2011

 

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Corn for Grain Area Harvested, Yield, and Production - States and United States: 2010 and
Forecasted August 1, 2011
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                    :    Area harvested     :    Yield per acre     :      Production       
        State       :-----------------------------------------------------------------------
                    :   2010    :   2011    :   2010    :   2011    :   2010    :   2011    
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                    :  --- 1,000 acres --       ---- bushels ----    ---- 1,000 bushels --- 
                    :                                                                       
Alabama ............:     250         240       116.0       100.0        29,000      24,000 
Arkansas ...........:     380         480       150.0       150.0        57,000      72,000 
California .........:     180         150       195.0       190.0        35,100      28,500 
Colorado ...........:   1,210       1,250       151.0       130.0       182,710     162,500 
Delaware ...........:     173         183       115.0       125.0        19,895      22,875 
Georgia ............:     245         300       145.0       148.0        35,525      44,400 
Illinois ...........:  12,400      12,300       157.0       170.0     1,946,800   2,091,000 
Indiana ............:   5,720       5,700       157.0       150.0       898,040     855,000 
Iowa ...............:  13,050      13,750       165.0       177.0     2,153,250   2,433,750 
Kansas .............:   4,650       4,500       125.0       110.0       581,250     495,000 
                    :                                                                       
Kentucky ...........:   1,230       1,340       124.0       145.0       152,520     194,300 
Louisiana ..........:     500         550       140.0       130.0        70,000      71,500 
Maryland ...........:     430         450       106.0       104.0        45,580      46,800 
Michigan ...........:   2,100       2,250       150.0       142.0       315,000     319,500 
Minnesota ..........:   7,300       7,650       177.0       166.0     1,292,100   1,269,900 
Mississippi ........:     670         820       136.0       116.0        91,120      95,120 
Missouri ...........:   3,000       3,100       123.0       126.0       369,000     390,600 
Nebraska ...........:   8,850       9,650       166.0       166.0     1,469,100   1,601,900 
New Jersey .........:      71          82       114.0       135.0         8,094      11,070 
New York ...........:     590         600       150.0       130.0        88,500      78,000 
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North Carolina .....:     840         830        91.0        81.0        76,440      67,230 
North Dakota .......:   1,880       2,100       132.0       125.0       248,160     262,500 
Ohio ...............:   3,270       3,320       163.0       158.0       533,010     524,560 
Oklahoma ...........:     340         250       130.0        85.0        44,200      21,250 
Pennsylvania .......:     910         930       128.0       112.0       116,480     104,160 
South Carolina .....:     335         340        91.0        60.0        30,485      20,400 
South Dakota .......:   4,220       4,800       135.0       141.0       569,700     676,800 
Tennessee ..........:     640         710       117.0       136.0        74,880      96,560 
Texas ..............:   2,080       1,600       145.0       112.0       301,600     179,200 
Virginia ...........:     310         340        67.0       116.0        20,770      39,440 
Washington .........:     125         115       205.0       210.0        25,625      24,150 
Wisconsin ..........:   3,100       3,280       162.0       159.0       502,200     521,520 
                    :                                                                       
Other States 1/ ....:     397         428       160.5       160.3        63,731      68,600 
                    :                                                                       
United States ......:  81,446      84,388       152.8       153.0    12,446,865  12,914,085 
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1/  Other States include Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, West   
    Virginia, and Wyoming. Individual State level estimates will be published in the "Crop  
    Production 2011 Summary."                                                              

 

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ffarms - welch, OK
This is so bogus. there isn't a field in Okla that will make 85 bu much less average that. They raised the yield in Missouri. Most of the corn south of Kansas city is toast. I haven't seen any corn in Texas that will make 100 bu much less average 112. Who do they think they are kidding by these numbers.
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