2004 soybean crop largest ever

By | March 01, 2005
In January, the USDA released its Crop Production 2004 Summary, which tallied the year's soybean production at 3.14 billion bushels, the largest U.S. soybean crop in history. The 28 percent increase was attributed to adequate moisture and mild temperatures during the growing season. A total of 74 million acres were harvested out of 75.2 million acres planted. The average yield per acre was approximately 42.5 bushels, an 8.6 bushel increase from 2003. Fourteen individual states recorded record high yields.
 
 
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