92.8 Million Acres of Corn: Is It Really Achievable?

April 1, 2019 11:03 AM
 
 

The expected rise in corn acres may not be a surprise but the real surprise may be the amount of acres.

While the estimated 92.8 million corn acres in the Prospective Plantings report may be above the trade guess, some wonder if it’s really achievable given the Midwest flooding.

AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben talks with Charlie Houin, a farmer from Bremen, Indiana; Joe Vaclavik, an analyst with Standard Grain and Tim Gregerson, a farmer from Herman, Nebraska.

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Common Sense
Bristol, SD
4/1/2019 11:59 AM
 

  Trying to read the article, but this DAMN acuron ad is in the way and can't move the damn thing. Guess I won't buy acuron with irritants like this!

 
 
Ronnie
Dekalb , IL
4/1/2019 09:06 PM
 

  Everybody I know is planting every acre to corn they can. Farmers let's try to get to 94 mill acres and see if we can get sub $ 2.00 corn. Not making any money now so it don,t matter anyway.

 
 

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