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Predicting the Super Bowl champions using ag

Predicting the Super Bowl champions using ag

The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers will meet on Feb. 11

By Diego Flammini
Staff Writer
Farms.com

It’s a bittersweet time for football fans as the Super Bowl matchup is set, but this also means the football season is nearly over.

The Kansas City Chiefs, representing the American Football Conference, and the San Francisco 49ers, champions of the National Football Conference, will meet in Super Bowl LVIII (58) at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, N.V., on Sunday, Feb. 11.

As the game draws nearer, analysts and armchair quarterbacks alike will weigh in on which factors and storylines within the game.

Will Taylor Swift fuel Travis Kelce and the Chiefs to another Vince Lombardi trophy? Can the 49ers avenge their most recent Super Bowl loss which came at the hands of the Chiefs in February 2020?

Farms.com, however, will use 2022 data from the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service to determine the winner.

The breakdown will feature Missouri vs. California.

** indicates a team’s advantage.

StatMissouriCalifornia
NFL TeamKansas City ChiefsSan Francisco 49ers
Number of operations95,000 **68,400
Value of top commoditySoybeans - $3.97 millionGrapes - $5.60 million **
Acres per operation289 351 **
Hog inventory (as of Dec. 2022)3,350,000 **85,000 
Haylage harvested acres95,0001,030,000 **
Beef cattle inventory (as of Jan. 1, 2023)1,945,000 **665,000
Acres operated27.5 million **24 million **
Value of corn production $3.46 million **$177.6 million

Based on the figures from the USDA, the Kansas City Chiefs will win the Super Bowl.

While here, revisit some of last year's Super Bowl ads featuring agriculture.

And be sure to watch the iconic So God Made a Farmer commercial below.




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