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Improved Price Outlook for SA Harvest
AUSTRALIA - This year’s crop could translate to a farm-gate value of around A$1.6 billion with further rain, according to the latest Crop and Pasture Report released by Primary Industries and Regions SA. PIRSA’s Grains Industry Development Manage
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Rice Outlook - December 2011
There were no revisions this month to the US supply and use balance sheet. Total supplies US rice remain forecast at 255.5 million cwt, 14 per cent below the year-earlier record. The 2011/12 crop remains forecast at 188.1 million cwt, down almost
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Rice Outlook - November 2011
US 2011/12 Crop Projection Raised to 188.1 Million Cwt This month, USDA raised its 2011/12 US rice production forecast 1.2 million cwt to 188.1 million cwt, still 23 per cent below a year earlier. The upward revision is due to a higher yield fore
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Rice Outlook - October 2011
There were several revisions to the U.S. rice supply and use tables this month. On the supply side, the crop forecast was reduced nearly 4.0 million cwt to 186.9 million cwt based on a smaller yield estimate reported by NASS. The 2011/12 average
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USDA Rice Outlook
Progress of the 2011/12 US rice crop is currently behind last year, but about even with the US 5-year average pace. Progress of the 2011/12 US Rice Crop Remains Behind Last Year For the week ending September 11, 96 per cent of the 2011/12 US r
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US Rice Outlook
There were several revisions to the 2011/12 US balance sheet this month. First, the US rice crop was raised 1.1 million cwt to 188.1 million cwt based on a higher yield forecast. US 2011/12 Crop Projected at 188.1 Million cwt At 7,114 pounds
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US Rice Outlook - July 2011
The US 2011/12 rice crop projection has been reduced to 187.0 million cwt, according to the USDA Economic Research Service. US 2011/12 Rice Crop Projection Lowered to 187.0 Million Cwt The largest revision this month to the 2011/12 US rice bal
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US Rice Outlook - June 2011
The 2011/12 US production forecast was lowered 11.5 million cwt to 199.5 million cwt due to severe flooding that reduced plantings in the Mississippi Delta, especially in Arkansas and Missouri. US 2011/12 Rice Crop Projection Lowered to 199.5 Million
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US Rice Outlook - May 2011
US - A significant decrease in planted rice acres has put the first forecast for the 2011/12 US rice at 211.0 million cwt, down 13 per cent from year ago. The flooding along the Mississippi River has delayed planting and could further impact acres. U
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US Rice Outlook - March 2011
Total U.S. rice supplies in 2010/11 remain projected at 297.8 million cwt, almost 11 percent larger than a year earlier and the highest on record, according to the USDA Economic Research Service. In 2010/11, a record crop and larger carryin are proje
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Rice Outlook - February 2011
There were no supply side revisions this month, according to the USDA Economic Research Service. Total U.S. rice supplies in 2010/11 remain projected at 297.8 million cwt, almost 11 percent larger than a year earlier and the highest on record. In 201
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US Rice Outlook - Janauary 2011
US 2010/11 rice production is etimated at 243.1 million cwt, according to the USDA Economic Research Service. There were several supply side revisions this month to the 2010/11 US rice balance sheet. First, the US rice crop was revised up 0.6 pe
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US Rice Outlook - September 2010
There were several supply-side revisions this month to the 2010/11 US rice balance sheet, according to the USDA Economic Research Service. First, the crop forecast was raised four per cent to 255.3 million cwt—the largest crop on record. The up
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US Rice Outlook - January 2010
This month, USDA raised its 2009/10 U.S. rough-rice crop estimate almost one per cent to 219.85 million cwt, eight per cent larger than a year earlier, according to the USDA ERS. The upward revision is the result of both a higher yield and larger are
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