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THE HOME STRETCH: Some farmers have started chopping corn silage in Pennsylvania and Maryland, while grain corn will be harvested later this fall.

First look at expected corn, soybean product in Northeast

American Agriculturist will be updating this graphic each month as USDA numbers start rolling in.

The first crop production report from USDA came out earlier this month, giving us our first indication of expected crop yields and production.

In the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, most farmers surveyed are reporting higher corn and soybean yields, but overall production is mixed.

The graphic below illustrates corn and soybean production, and yields, in the four major corn and soybean states: Delaware, Maryland, New York and Pennsylvania. We will update the graph when future reports are released.

Expected corn and soybean yield and production stats for Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania

We also have expected yields and production for other crops, and changes from the year before. These numbers were taken from the USDA’s Crop Production Report on Aug. 12:

Oats

Maine. 20,000 acres, 63 bushels an acre, 1.26 million bushels
New York. 35,000 acres, 55 bushels an acre, 1.925 million bushels
Pennsylvania. 50,000 acres, 56 bushels an acre, 2.8 million bushels

Winter wheat

Maryland. 165,000 acres, 73 bushels an acre, 12.04 million bushels

Alfalfa hay

New York. 290,000 acres, 2.7 tons an acre, 783,000 tons
Pennsylvania. 315,000 acres, 3.0 tons an acre, 945,000 tons

All other hay

New York. 920,000 acres, 2.0 tons an acre, 1.84 million tons
Pennsylvania. 820,000 acres, 2.1 tons an acre, 1.72 million tons
West Virginia. 480,000 acres, 2.0 tons an acre, 960,000 tons

Tobacco

Pennsylvania. 5,700 acres, 2,300 pounds an acre, 13.1 million pounds

View of tobacco cropGOOD TOBACCO GROWTH: Penn State Extension educators are reporting good-quality tobacco in Lancaster and Lebanon counties this year. More than 5,000 acres of tobacco are in production this year.

 

Apples

New York. 1.25 billion pounds
Pennsylvania. 500 million pounds

Cranberries

Massachusetts. 2.3 million barrels
New Jersey. 570,000 barrels

Peaches

New Jersey. 25,000 tons
Pennsylvania. 16,500 tons

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