The latest forecast for 2020 U.S. peanut production shows some pretty good numbers. Tyron Spearman runs through the latest figures.
When USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) released their November crop production estimates, they noted the U.S. peanut crop is still expected to be up twenty two percent compared to last year. But according to Tyron Spearman, the new report is down one percent from last month.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture National Agriculture Statistics Service’s November crop reports indicate that U.S. peanut production is to be up 3 percent from the October forecast. Tyron Spearman has the new numbers.
USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) has released their October crop reports, and the new peanut report shows that U.S. production will be down three percent from what was forecast back in September. Tyron Spearman has the new numbers.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s latest numbers indicate a rise in peanut production this year. According to Tyron Spearman, that was a surprise to many farmers and would mean a rise in season-ending stocks.
When USDA’s National Agriculture Statistics Service (NASS) released their September crop reports today, they indicated that U.S. peanut production is to be up seven percent from the August forecast. Tyron Spearman runs through those numbers, and also looks at how some other crops fared in this report.
New predictions indicate global peanut production for 2018-2019 will be down. Tyron Spearman has the details.
The final 2018 peanut production numbers indicate a lower yield for last year’s crop. Tyron Spearman has the details.
Final numbers from the U.S. Department of Agriculture indicate 2018 peanut production in the Southeast states of Alabama, Florida and Georgia was a bit better than expected after two hurricanes hit parts of the region. Tyron Spearman has the details.
An updated USDA report notes there is still a large supply of peanuts. Tyron Spearman has the details.
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