U.S. Winter Wheat Farmers Set to Reap Record Yield

June 13, 2016 12:33 PM
 
U.S. Winter Wheat Farmers Set to Reap Record Yield

American winter wheat farmers are close to reaping a record-breaking yield.

The current estimated yield of 50.5 bu. per acre went up 2.7 bu. from last month’s forecast, according to USDA. That’s up 10% compared to last year.

USDA says overall winter wheat production is now on track for 1.5 billion bu.

Winter Wheat on Pace for Record High Yield

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PullMyFinger
Chappell, NE
6/14/2016 11:14 PM
 

  It would be nice if the wheat tour folks could tell the difference between cheatgrass and wheat.

 
 
gerard
osage city, KS
6/14/2016 08:14 PM
 

  Yes Nebraska you are correct. I think they just spout all this BS to get the prices lower than they already are. I had 50% winter kill this past winter. No bumper crop here in Eastern KS

 
 
Zorcon
Western, NE
6/14/2016 08:14 AM
 

  I'll believe it when I see it! There will be pockets of great wheat just like every year, but there will also be a lot of wheat damaged from frost, hail and disease again this year.

 
 

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