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 Crop Report December 2019 (4th Quarter)

Date : 13th Dec 2019

In this issue, corn export demand hurt by lower supplies and strong competition from South America and Ukraine. U.S. wheat plantings expected to see modest rebound in 2020 despite lower price ideas before gradually improving. 2020 soybean plantings seen rebounding to 83.5 million acres, to reach 84.5 million by 2023. Texas cotton production losses limiting output to 20.2 million bales and much more.


Quarterly Crop Report September 2019

Date : 24th Sep 2019

In this issue, corn plantings were higher than expected with the wet planting season. Wheat supplies are at burdensome levels. U.S./China trade war is still affecting soybean farmers. Cotton prices have crumbled with the high amount of production and stocks outlook.


Quarterly Crop Report June 2019 (2nd Quarter)

Date : 21st Jun 2019

In this issue, corn planting delays translate to soybean plantings delay. 2019 among slowest ever. Possibility for soybeans to gain some corn acreage losses and total 85.5 million. USDA cotton planting intentions at 13.8 million acres may be close to what finally is planted. U.S. 2019/20 ending stocks project higher for third consecutive year. Surge in spring U.S. wheat exports helps limit 2019/20 carry in supplies.  


Quarterly Crop Report March 2019

Date : 14th Mar 2019

In this issue, corn global ending stocks are lowered; farmer surveys point to lower wheat seedings in 2019; China is buying U.S. soybeans, but trade figures are still low; and 2019 cotton plantings will probably be 0.8 million higher, from 14.1 million acres to 14.9 million acres.


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