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Pro Farmer crop tour results

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The Pro Farmer crop tour has, so far, come up with some upbeat expectations as regards US crop yield prospects.

 

While an improvement on wetness-hampered results for 2019 was not such a surprise, the extent of findings above three-year average levels was not such a given.

 

The tour if viewed as one of the more accurate of the many Midwest crop tours. USDA state yield estimates for 2019, and for the 2017-19 averages, are included for comparison.

 

 

Pro Farmer crop tour estimates for corn yield
State 2020 tour estimate 2019 tour estimate Three-year average tour estimate USDA 2019 yield USDA three-year average yield
Illinois 181 197.3
Indiana 179.84 161.46 171.67 169 179.3
Iowa 198 198.7
Minnesota 174 183.3
Nebraska 175.15 172.55 172.38 182 185.0
Ohio 167.69 154.35 166.18 164 176.0
South Dakota 179.24 154.08 160.02 145 150.0
Data in bushels per acre

 

 

Pro Farmer crop tour estimates for soybean pod count
State 2020 tour estimate 2019 tour estimate Three-year average tour estimate USDA 2019 yield USDA three-year average yield
Illinois 54 58.5
Indiana 1,281.12 923.94 1,134.86 51 54.2
Iowa 55 56.0
Minnesota 44.0 46.8
Nebraska 1,297.93 1,210.83 1,213.64 58.5 58.0
Ohio 1,155.68 764.01 1,039.74 49 51.5
South Dakota 1,250.86 832.85 919.04 42.5 43.5
Pro Farmer data show pods per 3x3 feet square. USDA data in bushels per acre

 

 

 

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