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WASDE: Higher Than Expected Corn Production

By Mark Lahti,

USDA Released the latest WASDE, World Agriculture Supply and Demand Estimates Report today and it will be seen as a bearish for corn and wheat, bullish for soybeans.

Some of the WASDE report highlights:

Corn Yields:  at 155.3 bushels per acre / 1.3 Bushels per acre higher than expected.

Corn Production: Better than expected at 13.84 Billion bushels is higher the industry estimates

Soybean Yields: 41.2 bu/acre which is same as industry estimates.

Soybean Production: 3.149 Billion bushels is close to industry estimates at 3.15 Billion

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