USDA Leaves Oklahoma Wheat Crop Estimate at 102.6 Million Bushels While Bumping Kansas Crop to 318 Million Bushels in June ReportFri, 12 Jun 2020 04:58:39 CDT
The June 2020 USDA Crop Production Report leaves the Oklahoma wheat crop unchanged from May, Kansas up 13 million bushels and Texas five million bushels smaller- Overall, a one percent larger overall Hard Red Winter Wheat Estimate than May- Up one percent to 743 million bushels.
The Oklahoma Wheat Crop remains as of June first at 102.6 million bushels- based on 2.7 million acres while leaving the average yield at 38 bushels per acre. That is slightly aboved the historic ten year average Oklahoma wheat crop of 101 million bushels but is lower than the 2019 final Oklahoma harvest number of 110 million bushels.
In Kansas, the June crop forecast isthirteen million bushels larger than May- now at 318.5 million bushels- the Kansas yield jumping from 47 bushels per acre in May to 49 bpa. Meanwhile the Texas yield dropped five bushel bpa from May to June, making the Texas estimate now at 79.2 million bushels for 2020.
To review the complete USDA Crop Production Report, which has the 2020 Wheat Crop as the main feature that is reviewed- click or tap here.
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