Corn, hay harvest declines projected

Aug 22, 2005
— Spike in feed costs possible. USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) released a much anticipated crop production report Aug. 12. The report, which projects yields for a variety of crops, held bearish news for livestock producers across the nation. Crop estimates for corn and hay, two of the most widely used feed inputs for producers, lag behind previous year harvest levels. Corn crop yields, which were initially hampered by wet weather dur...

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