New figures from USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) indicate lower peanut production for 2017 than first thought. Tyron Spearman runs through the latest numbers. Lower Peanut Production Forecast
A new forecast is calling for a decline in global peanut production this year. Tyron Spearman has the details. Global Peanut Forecast
USDA’s January crop report indicates the 2017 U.S. peanut production is up 30 percent from the year before. Tyron Spearman has all the numbers. U.S. Peanut Production Up 30 Percent
The November crop report from USDA’s National Agriculture Statistics Service notes a slight decrease in U.S. peanut production from last month’s estimate. Tyron Spearman has those numbers along with a look at some of the other row crops grown in the Southeast.
The October crop report from USDA’s National Agriculture Statistics Service (NASS) notes an increase in U.S. peanut production from last month’s estimate. Tyron Spearman has those numbers, along with a look at some of the other row crops grown in the Southeast.
USDA’s National Agriculture Statistics Service (NASS) released their August crop reports today, and according to a report from Tyron Spearman, peanut acreage in the U.S. will be up over 30% from last year.
The latest forecast shows global peanut production in is expected to rise almost one million tons. Tyron Spearman reports the areas harvested in China, India, and the United States are projected to grow.
USDA released their final crop estimate for the 2016 peanut crop today, and according to Tyron Spearman, the numbers are lower than they were in the previous report.