Oklahoma Wheat Crop Pegged at 111 Million Bushels by USDA in June Crop Production ReportTue, 11 Jun 2019 12:13:22 CDT
USDA increased the predicted size of the 2019 Oklahoma Winter Wheat Crop by six million bushels compared to their May 2019 prediction, as they raised the yield per bushel in the June report, released on Tuesday June 12th, by two bushels per acre.
The June 2019 Oklahoma Wheat Crop Estimate is for a 111 million bushel crop, based on three million harvested acres and a 37 bsuhel per acre yield. That's 58% larger than the seventy million bushel crop produced by Oklahoma farmers in 2018, one of the worst crops in recent memory.
The 2019 crop is facing strong headwinds as harvest is way behind normal- just four percent of the crop has been harvested, based on the June 10th Crop Progress Report- that's compared by the five yar average of normally harvested.
Here are the production totals for the last decade for the Oklahoma Winter Wheat Crop:
2019 111 Million Bushels (based on June Estimate)
2018 70 Million Bushels
2017 98.6 Million Bushels
2016 132 Million Bushels
2015 98.8 Million Bushels
2014 51 Million Bushels
2013 105.4 Million Bushels
2012 154.8 Million Bushels
2011 74.8 Million Bushels
2010 120.9 Million Bushels
To review the June 2019 production estimates for the winter wheat production states, click or tap here.
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