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2014 USDA Agricultural Outlook Forum Coverage

March 4, 2014
 
 

The following information is a Web Extra from the pages of Farm Journal. It corresponds with the article "Acreage and Price Swings." You can find the article in Farm Journal's 2014 Early Spring issue.

 

USDA Projects Big Increase In Corn Ending Stocks
The annual grain outlook calls for bigger crops and lower farm prices.
 

What Makes China Tick?

USDA officials provide a revealing glimpse inside U.S. agriculture’s biggest foreign customer.
 

Power Hour: Farm Income to Drop 26.6% This Year

USDA’s forecast for farm income shows it dropping to $95.8 in 2014, the lowest level since 2010, underscoring the need for farmers to carefully cut expenses.
 

U.S. Continues to Lose Farmers and Farm Acreage

Vilsack presents his top take-aways from the new farm census.
 

USDA Sees Falling Prices and Shift in Acres

Less corn acres and lower prices headline USDA Chief Economist Joe Glauber's annual outlook for U.S. agriculture.
 

Tight Stocks Could Lead to Price Spikes in 2014

Otherwise, USDA is calling for lower prices in most row crops this year.
 
Another Hot Summer Could Be In the Cards
The chances for above-average temperatures are better than 50%, according to The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
 
USDA Projects Sharp Decline in Cotton Prices
The government's forecast for cotton farm prices during the current marketing year is below many farmers' cost of production.

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FEATURED IN: Farm Journal - Early Spring 2014
RELATED TOPICS: Web Extra, USDA

 
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