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Informa Soy Outlook Bearish
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Thu Sep 3, 2015 11:34 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) --- Private analytical firm Informa Economics expects USDA will slightly increase its U.S. corn production estimate in its September report from 13.686 billion to 13.688 billion bushels.

Informa analysts also expect a slight bump in USDA's U.S. soybean production estimate from 3.916 bb to 3.924 bb.

USDA does not typically change acreage estimate for corn or soybeans until October, Informa reported.

Regarding yield, Informa puts the corn yield at 168.8 bushels per acre, the same as USDA's August projection.

In soybeans, Informa increased the yield slightly to 47 bushels an acre, up from USDA's 46.9 bushels per acre ...

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