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Joel Karlin DTN Contributing Analyst

Friday 01/25/13

What Should the 2013 U.S. Soybean Yield Trend be Estimated At?"
This graphic shows actual U.S. soybean yields in bushels per acre since 1960 along with the 10, 20, and 30 year trend.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 8:21AM CST 01/25/13 | Post a Comment
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I think trend will slow its upward move significantly. This will be because of where these additional acres are coming from. All these new acres are coming in inconsistent areas that will consistently pull down the national avg. new acres in missouri Kansas and the Dakota's are not the same as the traditional acres in Iowa Illinois and Indiana. I think you can see some proof of this when you compare your corn trend graph and your bean graph. Look how much more inconsistent then bean graph is and then remember the balance of soybeans on marginal acres.
Posted by Jim Nalle at 7:50PM CST 01/25/13
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