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RECORD NUMBER: 5 OF 6
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Livestock, Dairy and Poultry Situation and Outlook, June 23, 1995.|
|CORP Author||Economic Research Service, Washington, DC.|
|Publisher||23 Jun 95|
|Additional Subjects||Agricultural economics ; International trade ; Livestock ; Dairy products ; Poultry ; United States ; Exports ; Imports ; Grains(Food) ; Tables(Data) ; Production ; Eggs ; Hogs ; Milk ; Turkeys ; Beef cattle ; Prices ; Corn ; Soybeans ; Feeding stuffs ; Economic forecasting ;|
Wet, cool weather has delayed plantings of U.S. feed grains. As a result, USDA lowered its estimate of the 1995 corn crop by 700 million bushels to 7.9 billion. Historical relationships indicate that late plantings result in lower yields. Farmers likely will idle some corn acreage, or shift the acreage to soybeans or to other crops with a shorter growing season. The projected price range for corn for 1995/96 was raised 15 cents to $2.45 to $2.85 per bushel.