Home / Crops / USDA/NASS Acreage Report Full of Surprises

USDA/NASS Acreage Report Full of Surprises

Ohio farmers planted an estimated 3.5 million acres of corn this past spring based on a June 1 Agricultural Survey conducted by USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, Ohio Field Office. This is up 50,000 acres from the previous year. Growers intend to harvest 3.32 million acres for grain, up 50,000 acres from 2010.

Soybean planted acreage for the Buckeye State is estimated at 4.7 million acres for 2011, up 100,000 last year. Harvested acreage is forecast at 4.68 million acres.

Winter wheat planted acreage is estimated at 890,000 acres, up 110,000 acres from the previous year. Harvested grain acreage is forecast at 860,000 acres, compared to the 750,000 acres harvested in 2010. Planted oat acreage is estimated at 50,000 for 2011, down 15,000 acres from the previous year. Growers intend to harvest 40,000 acres for grain.

Here is the complete areage report

And the latest stocks report

Check Also

North Union FFA earns accolades

By Caleb Isler, Chapter Reporter North Union won the National FFA Agronomy Career Development Event …

One comment

  1. People depend on this equipment to make a project
    on paper come into fruition. A� Your kids can use it both inside and outside your house.

    Now you will be getting variation which will help you prevent the
    onset of staleness.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *