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Indiana Agriculture Report from USDA

first_img Previous articleHoosier Farmers Deserve More During Senate Debates on the HAT Monday Morning EditionNext articleDonnelly Receives 2018 Friend of Farm Bureau Award Hoosier Ag Today Facebook Twitter SHARE SHARE Indiana Agriculture Report from USDA September 1 Grain StocksOn September 1, 2018, Indiana corn stocks totaled 126.1 million bushels, 5 percent below a year earlier. About 17 percent of the corn was stored on farms. The fourth quarter disappearance was 188.9 million bushels, compared with 167.3 million bushels a year earlier. Soybean stocks on September 1, 2018, were 22.0 million bushels. That was 4 percent higher than stocks a year earlier. The fourth quarter indicated disappearance was 52.9 million bushels, compared with 57.0 million bushels during the same period a year ago. Farm stocks of soybeans were 3.6 million bushels. Wheat stocks on September 1, 2018, were 41.0 million bushels, 6 percent below a year ago. Ninety-seven percent of all wheat stocks were in commercial storage. First quarter indicated disappearance was 4.1 million bushels, approximately 9 percent of supply.July 1 Small Grains ForecastIndiana winter wheat production was up 7 percent from last year. Wheat yield, at 71 bushels per acre, was down 3 bushels from last year. Producers harvested 260,000 acres, up 20,000 acres from last year.Winter wheat harvest progressed rapidly due to dry and hot conditions during harvest. Harvest concluded slightly ahead of schedule before significant rainfall returned to the State. Yield potential was reduced due to abnormally dry conditions during the growing season.U.S. all wheat production totaled 1.88 billion bushels in 2018, up 8 percent from the revised 2017 total of 1.74 billion bushels. Area harvested for grain totaled 39.6 million acres, up 5 percent from the previous year. The United States yield was estimated at 47.6 bushels per acre, up 1.3 bushels from the previous year. The levels of production and changes from 2017 by type were: winter wheat, 1.18 billion bushels, down 7 percent; other spring wheat, 623 million bushels, up 50 percent; and Durum wheat, 77.3 million bushels, up 41 percent.August Milk ProductionDairy herds in Indiana produced 348 million pounds ofmilk during August, down 0.6 percent from a year ago. Thedaily rate per cow was 60.6 pounds, up 0.3 pounds fromAugust 2017. The dairy herd was estimated at 185,000 headfor August, down 2,000 head from a year earlier. Theaverage price of milk sold in August by Indiana dairyproducers was $15.20 per cwt., $2.70 less than the price inAugust 2017.Indiana October Crop ProductionIndiana farmers anticipate record corn and soybean yields in2018. The October Crop Production Report is based onconditions as of October 1, 2018. Some highlights of the reportare as follows:Indiana corn yield is expected to be 194 bushels per acre, 14 bushels higher than last year’s yield. If realized, this will bea new record high yield. Total production is expected to be1.003 billion bushels, up 7 percent from 2017.Indiana soybean production is expected to total 356 millionbushels, up 11 percent from a year earlier. The yield isforecast at 60 bushels per acre, up 6 bushels from 2017. Ifrealized, this will be a record high yield.Indiana’s alfalfa hay yield is forecast at 3.60 tons per acre,up 0.3 tons from last year.Indiana’s other hay yield is forecast at 2.10 tons per acre,down 0.3 tons from last year.Nationally, corn production is forecast at 14.8 billionbushels, down slightly from the September forecast but up 1percent from last year. Based on conditions as of October 1,yields are expected to average 180.7 bushels per acre, down0.6 bushel from the September forecast but up 4.1 bushels from2017. If realized, this will be the highest yield and secondhighest production on record for the United States. Areaharvested for grain is forecast at 81.8 million acres, downslightly from the previous estimate and down 1 percent from2017. Acreage updates were made in several States based on athorough review of all available data.U.S. soybean production is forecast at a record 4.69 billionbushels, down slightly from September but up 6 percent fromlast year. Based on October 1 conditions, yields are expectedto average a record 53.1 bushels per acre, up 0.3 bushel fromlast month and up 3.8 bushels from last year. Area for harvestin the United States is forecast at 88.3 million acres, down 1percent from September and down 1 percent from 2017.Acreage updates were made in several States based on athorough review of all available data.PoultryAll layers in Indiana totaled 32.7 million during August,slightly down from a year ago. Egg production totaled 792million eggs, down 2 percent from last year. The rate of layduring August was 2,423 eggs per 100 layers. All layers inthe U.S. totaled 385.1 million during August, up 3 percentfrom a year ago. There were 24.0 million turkey poultshatched in the U.S. in August, down 3 percent from theprevious year.August Agricultural PricesPrices received by Indiana farmers for the full month ofAugust 2018 are listed in the table below. Some Indianahighlights were: August corn, at $3.54 per bushel, decreased$0.06 from July and decreased $0.10 from last year; Augustsoybeans, at $8.85 per bushel, decreased $0.09 from last monthand decreased $0.62 from last year; August wheat, at $5.25 perbushel, increased $0.42 from July and increased $0.69 fromlast year; August milk, at $15.20 per cwt., increased $0.50from last month, but decreased $2.70 from last year.September Hogs and PigsIndiana’s total hog and pig inventory on September 1 wasestimated at 4.2 million head, up 100,000 head from a year ago.Breeding hog inventory, at 250,000 head, was down 10,000head from last September. Market hog inventory, at 3,950,000head, was up 3 percent from last year. The average pigs savedper litter for the June to August quarter was 10.50, up 0.15from the same period last year.United States inventory of all hogs and pigs on September 1,2018 was 75.5 million head. This was up 3 percent fromSeptember 1, 2017, and up 3 percent from June 1, 2018.Source: USDA NASS Great Lakes Region Facebook Twitter By Hoosier Ag Today – Oct 15, 2018 Home Indiana Agriculture News Indiana Agriculture Report from USDAlast_img read more