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Predicting the winner of Super Bowl LVII using ag

Predicting the winner of Super Bowl LVII using ag

The Kansas City Chiefs will meet the Philadelphia Eagles on Feb. 12

By Diego Flammini
Staff Writer
Farms.com

The stage is set for the biggest game of the National Football League (NFL) season.

The American Football Conference champion Kansas City Chiefs will square off against the National Football Conference champions the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII (57) on Feb. 12 in Glendale, Ariz.

With two weeks leading up to the game, sports personalities from across the country will weigh in on what each team brings to the table and ultimately make a prediction about which players will lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Farms.com is doing its own game analysis using 2021 data from the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service.

The breakdown will feature Missouri versus Pennsylvania.

** Signals the advantage for each team.

Stat

Missouri

Pennsylvania

Team

Kansas City Chiefs

Philadelphia Eagles

Number of farms

95,00**

52,700

Number of acres operated

27,500,00**

7,300,000

Average acres per farm

289**

139

Top commodity value

Soybeans - $3,682,105,000**

Corn - $1,012,226,000

Average hay yield

2.13 tons per acre

2.99 tons per acre**

Milk production (lbs./head)

14,225

21,338**

Average corn yield

159 bushels per acre

169 bushels per acre**

Hog inventory (as of Dec. 1, 2021)

3,450,000**

1,310,000

 

Based on this stat comparison, the Kansas City Chiefs will win the Super Bowl.

Farms.com completed a similar comparison in 2022, correctly predicting the Los Angeles Rams defeating the Cincinnati Bengals.

While you're here, be sure to check out this list of NFL players who have ag connections.

And be sure to watch the famous Super Bowl commercial, 'So God Made a Farmer.'




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