Complete Coverage of September 11 USDA Reports

September 11, 2015 11:40 AM
Complete Coverage of September 11 USDA Reports

Below is AgWeb's full coverage of the September 11, 2015, reports, which include USDA's Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) and Crop Production.

News and Analysis

USDA Surprises Market Again with Yield Estimates

Corn Jumps Most in a Month After Forecast Reduced for U.S. Crop

It's a Soybean Surprise from USDA for Second Month

USDA Unexpectedly Raises U.S. Soy Forecast as Yields Climb


Get full analysis of the reports on Market Rally with Chip Flory.

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See how the reports are affecting commodity prices. Visit the Commodity Markets Center on AgWeb.

Blog Commentary

Market Watch: I See a Rainbow

Farmland Forecast: USDA Cuts Corn Yield, Raises Soybeans

MarketSense: Midday Market Update

Grain Insights: Weekly Cash Comments - Sept. 11

The Allendale Wake-Up Call: September 2015 USDA Supply & Demand Results

Hedging Corn and Soybeans: WASDE Report for 9/11/15


You've heard what the experts think. What is your reaction to the latest USDA reports? Give your opinion on the AgWeb discussion boards.


World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates

WASDE: Corn Yield Estimate Lowered to 167.5 Bushels

WASDE: Soybean Production Estimated at 3.935 Billion Bushels

WASDE: Wheat Supplies Continue to Grow

WASDE: Cotton Sees Bigger Crop, More Exports

WASDE: Rice Yield, Acreage Falls in U.S.

WASDE: More Milk, Less Meat


Crop Production

Sept. 11 Crop Production: Agricultural Summary

Sept. 11 Crop Production: Only Slight Changes in Corn, Soybean Production

Sept. 11 Crop Production: Soybeans for Beans Area Harvested, Yield and Production

Sept. 11 Crop Production: Cotton Area Planted, Harvested, Yield

Sept. 11 Crop Area Planted and Harvested, Yield and Production


Pre-Report Analysis

Pre-Report Analysis of  September 11 WASDE Reports


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