Oklahoma Wheat Crop Predicted at 130.65 Million Bushels for 2016- The Graphics Region by RegionWed, 04 May 2016 17:21:20 CDT
Oklahoma's Hard Red Winter Wheat Crop may produce the most total bushels since 2012, as the Extension and Private Industry Crop Scouts that checked the crop came up with a total production estimate for 2016 of 130.65 million bushels. The production was based on 34.4 bushels per acre and 3.82 million acres being harvested for grain.
Each area of the state was reported on Wednesday morning at the Oklahoma Grain and Feed Association Annual meeting in Oklahoma City- and the graphic above was the first region of the state that was reported on by Jackson County Extension Educator Gary Strickland.
The graphics that are below show what is being thought about in all other areas of the state- in the following order:
South Central Oklahoma (in three slides that actually say Southwest- two slides with 5 counties each and then a slide that totals the region)
Panhandle of Oklahoma plus Harper County
Western Oklahoma- West Central Counties
North Central Oklahoma- Four Western Counties
North Central Oklahoma- Four Eastern Counties
The Northeast and Southeast areas of the state are not included here- they total 3.33 million bushels of production.
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