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Feed Outlook - December 2011
World 2011/12 corn production is forecast up 8.5 million tons this month to a record 868 million tons, mostly due to a large increase in China’s production based on recently published government estimates. Bumper Corn Crop in China, US Carryo
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Feed Outlook Estimates Lowered - November 2011
US feed grain production estimates have been lowered for 2011/12, according to Tom Capehart and Edward Allen in the latest report from the USDA Economic Research Service. Forecast corn yields are lowered 1.4 bushels per acre this month, trimming the
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Feed Outlook Report - October 2011
The September 30 Grain Stocks report issued by USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) showed sharply higher-than-expected September 1 stocks for corn. Despite a 64-million-bushel reduction to 2011/12 forecast corn product
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US Feed Outlook - September 2011
The US corn yield has dropped and this is expected to boost prices, according to the latest report from the USDA Economic Research Service. The US corn yield forecast for 2011/12 dropped 4.9 bushels per acre this month to 148.1 bushels. Corn producti
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UDSA Feed Outlook - August 2011
The first survey-based forecasts for corn and sorghum sharply reduce this month’s outlook for 2011/12 US feed grain production. Lower Projected Yields Reduce Global Production Prospects Harvested acres and yield are reduced this month
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Feed Outlook – July 2011
US feed grain supplies for 2011/12 are projected higher this month, with higher beginning stocks and production for corn, according to the latest report from the USDA Economic Research Service. Higher Stocks and Production Boost Feed Grain Supply
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Feed Outlook – June 2011
US corn production is still expected to be a record this year but the current forecast is for historically tight global coarse grain stocks, according to the latest report from the USDA Economic Research Service. US corn production for 2011/12 is pro
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Feed Outlook - May 2011
The balance sheet for feed grains is expected to remain tight in 2011/12 despite projected record-large production, according to the latest report from the USDA Economic Research Service. Tight Markets and Record Prices To Continue in 2011/12 Price
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Feed Outlook - April 2011
The recent grains stocks report confirms that supplies are tight, according to Tom Capehart and Edward Allen in the latest report from the USDA Economic Research Service. Summary The Grain Stocks report issued by USDA’s National Agricultural S
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Feed Outlook - March 2011
World coarse grain production and beginning stocks forecast for 2010/11 are reduced this month, lowering supply 2.5 million tons, according to the latest report from the USDA Economic Research Service. However, projected global use is 3.3 million ton
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Feed Outlook - February 2011
Record-high farm prices for corn in 2010/11 are expected to ration demand over the coming months, according to the latest report from the USDA Economic Research Service. This month, increases in demand are pushing ending stocks lower, in contrast to
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Feed Outlook - January 2011
SNIPPET , according to the latest report from the USDA Economic Research Service. Domestic changes this month are based in part on USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service's Crop Production 2010 Summary and January Grain Stocks reports.
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Feed Outlook - December 2010
Lower forecast corn yields this month reduce U.S. corn production 124 million bushels to 12.54 billion, according to the latest report from the USDA Economic Research Service. With U.S. beer consumption remaining weak, lessening demand for malting
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Feed Outlook - November 2010
Lower yields have reduced the US corn crop but it is still predicted to be the third largest ever, according to Allen Baker, Edward Allen, Heather Lutman and Yonas Hamda in the latest report from the USDA Economic Research Service. Lower forecast
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US Feed Outlook - October 2010
Corn planted and harvested area are both increased this month, but a 6.7-bushel-per-acre decrease in yield lowers forecast corn production 496 million bushels. Production also is decreased for sorghum, barley, and oats, according to the USDA's Econom
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US Feed Outlook - August 2010
The 2010 corn crop is forecast to be a new record, according to USDA Economic Research Service. This month’s 2010/11 outlook is shaped by the first survey-based forecasts for US corn and sorghum production. The 2010 corn crop is foreca
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US Feed Outlook - July 2010
US feed grain production in 2010 is expected to be down from last month reflecting lower planted acreage as forecast in the June 30 Acreage report, according to the USDA Economic Research Service. Feed grain production is projected up from 2009 as pl
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US Feed Outlook - June 2010
Projected U.S. 2010/11 and 2009/10 corn used for ethanol was raised this month as ethanol production continues to increase , according to the USDA Economic Research Service. Feed grain supplies are unchanged in 2009/10, but lower ending stocks reduce
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US Feed Outlook - May 2010
The 2010/11 US corn crop is projected to be higher than a year earlier, according to the USDA Economic Research Service. Record Corn Crop Expected This report summarises the initial USDA supply-and-demand projections and US price prospects for t
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US Feed Outlook
Corn ending stocks for 2009/10 are projected higher this month as 1 March stocks indicated lower feed and residual use in the second quarter than forecast earlier, according to the USDA Economic Research Service. Feed and residual use is also lowered
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US Feed Outlook - March 2010
Global coarse grain production is up less than the increase in corn because of a reduction in barley production and small declines for mixed grain and rye in the EU, according to this month's Feed Outlook Report from USDA Economic Research Service (E
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Feed Outlook - January 2010
Domestic changes this month are based in part on USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service's Crop Production 2009 Summary and January Grain Stocks reports, according to the USDA Econmic Research Service. Total 2009/10 feed grain production incr
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US Feed Outlook - December 2009
The use of corn to make starch, sweeteners, ethyl alcohol and other industrial products has accounted for most of the growth in China's corn use over the past decade, according to this month's Feed Outlook Report from USDA Economic Research Service.
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US Feed Outlook - November 2009
Global competition has reduced US corn export prospects for 2009/10, according to the USDA Economic Research Service (ERS) Feed Outlook for November 2009. Lower Yields Reduce Corn Crop, Still Second Largest Ever Because of slightly lower corn yields
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US Feed Outlook October 2009
according to the USDA Economic Research Service (ERS) Feed Outlook for October 2009. Higher Yields Boost Corn Crop Corn planted and harvested area are both reduced this month, but a 2.3-bushel-per-acre increase in yield raises forecast corn producti
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