USDA’s National Agriculture Statistics Service released its 2017 planted acreage numbers, and according to this report from Tyron Spearman, peanut acreage in the United States is up 9 percent from last year.
USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service is counting down to the beginning of the next Census of Agriculture, a survey which is conducted every five years. Tyron Spearman reports the surveys for the census will be mailed at the end of the year.
USDA’s National Agriculture Statistics Service (NASS) will release their annual planting intentions report Friday, which is a key early indicator of acreage. But according to this report from Gary Crawford, you shouldn’t set those numbers in stone just yet.
USDA’s National Agriculture Statistics Service has released their U.S. Cattle Inventory report, and the new numbers show a 2 percent increase over last year, at 93.6 million head. Here in the Southeast, the numbers show an increase of 4 percent in Alabama, a 1 percent increase in Florida, while Georgia’s cattle inventory is unchanged from last year.