Quarterly Crop

Doane supply/demand five-year forecasts for corn, soybeans, wheat and cotton. Discussions of domestic and foreign factors shaping the individual crop outlooks. Use the economic data and analysis for your strategic decision making.

  • U.S. annual planted and harvested acreages, yields, and production
  • U.S. exports
  • U.S. domestic use
  • U.S. ending stocks
  • Foreign and world forecast tables
  • Farm-level cash price forecasts
  • Inclusion for Doane’s spot analysis of periodic releases of market moving reports including major USDA and Statistics Canada updates

QUARTERLY ECONOMIC FORECAST: CROPS DECEMBER 2018

Date : 01st Dec 2018

In this issue, U.S./China trade war continues with adverse implications for U.S. soybean demand. 2019 soybean planted acres likely to decline by 3 million to 4 million acres, many of which will be captured in increased corn plantings in 2019 of the same magnitude. Cotton production severely limited by hurricane damage. Poor planting weather has likely limited winter wheat seedings. China makes major revisions to its historical corn, cotton and wheat supply and use data.

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Quarterly Economic Forecast: Crops September 2018

Date : 01st Sep 2018

In this issue, excellent 2018 corn growing season leading to record yield potential over 180 bu/ac. U.S./China trade war shifts acres from soybeans to alternatives including wheat. Texas drought reduces U.S. 2018 cotton output despite 11% increase in plantings
 

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Quarterly Economic Forecast: Crops June 2018

Date : 01st Jun 2018

In this issue, corn demand from exports coming in very strong and boosted by 2018 production losses in South America. U.S. wheat ending stocks trending lower on historic low plantings (47-48 million) and despite reduced export demand. Soybean acres projected down in 2019 to 88 million and 88.5 million in 2020. China/U.S. trade disputes threat to cotton exports, too.

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Quarterly Economic Forecast: Crops March 2018

Date : 01st Mar 2018

In this issue, drought losses in Argentina and reduced Brazilian plantings and production prospects propel surge in U.S. corn export sales. U.S. 2018 wheat production potential limited by widespread central and southern Plains drought. Argentine drought expected to cut its 2018 soybean production by 25% or more.

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