Feed Outlook: July 2012
by Thomas Capehart
and Edward Allen
Outlook No. (FDS-12G) 19 pp, July 2012
U.S. feed grain supplies for 2012/13 are projected sharply lower this month with lower production for corn on lower yields. Extremely hot weather and drought result in a 20- bushel-per-acre decline in the projected corn yield to 146 bushels per acre reducing projected production to 13.0 billion bushels, compared with 14.8 billion bushels last month.
Keywords: Feed grains, corn, sorghum, barley, oats, USDA, United States Department of Agriculture, FDS-12g
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Table 5--Corn: Food, seed, and industrial use (million bushels), Excel file 18 kb
Table 6--Wholesale corn milling product and byproduct prices, Excel file 19 kb
Table 7--U.S. feed grain imports by selected sources (1,000 metric tons), Excel file 18 kb
Table 8--U.S. feed grain exports by selected destinations (1,000 metric tons) 1/, Excel file 22 kb
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