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In a special live online event Farm Futures analyzes the USDA March 31 planting intentions report, very soon after it's available.

Willie Vogt

March 28, 2022

2 Min Read
PLANTING INTENTIONS: How many acres of corn or soybeans will farmers plant in 2022? Will wheat acres change? Get those answers and more in a special live video event on March 31, at 1 p.m. Central time from the editors of Farm Futures.

The March 31 planting intentions report has often been a market mover. But what do the numbers mean? How does the USDA report change your risk management plan? In a special online event, Jacqueline Holland, market analyst, Farm Futures, will dig into the latest numbers at 1 p.m. Central, in the Farm Progress 365 virtual platform.

Will farmers plant more corn than soybeans? Has news from Ukraine impacted spring wheat acres? And how is carryover shaping up for all major commodities. In this special live event, hosted by Mike Wilson, editor, Farm Futures, Holland will dig into those issues, share insights from the most recent Farm Futures survey and how they stack up to USDA's numbers, and explore how the March 31 report may impact prices going forward.

Managing your risk management plan isn't easy. This up-to-the-minute look at those numbers will be live so you can ask Holland questions during the session to help clarify your market view. If you've attended a Farm Progress 365 online event in the past, you're already signed up to join. Newcomers simply must visit the site – FarmProgress365.com – register and you'll get free access to the event.

Holland has a diverse background analyzing market trends. She grew up on an Illinois dairy farm, earned her B.S. in Finance and Agribusiness at Illinois State University and her M.S. in Agricultural Economics from Purdue University. Before joining the Farm Futures team, Holland worked in the food manufacturing industry as a financial and operational analyst at Pilgrim's and Leprino Foods.

Make sense of the latest USDA report by sitting in with Holland as she runs the numbers and takes your questions. The event can be viewed on your desktop, tablet, or smartphone so no matter where you are can get insight on this latest report.

Farm Progress 365 is a virtual platform exploring a range of relevant topics in a setting that allows participants to interact with speakers. The virtual space includes seasonal presentations on key topics ranging from spraying to harvest to planting as well as pop-up presentations including this look at the March 31 USDA report.

Visit FarmProgress365.com for more information.

About the Author(s)

Willie Vogt

Executive Director, Content and User Engagement

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