Feed Outlook: May 2012
by Thomas Capehart
and Edward Allen
Outlook No. (FDS-12e) 26 pp, May 2012
As of May 6, 71 percent of the U.S. corn crop had been planted, compared with an
average of 47 percent in 2007-11 and 32 percent in 2011/12. As of the same date, 32
percent of the expected crop had emerged, compared with an average of 13 percent in
2007-11 and 6 percent last year. Early planting boosts the projected yield for 2012/13 to
166.0 bushels per acre, compared with last year’s weather-reduced yield of 147.2. Rapid
planting and emergence is also likely to affect supplies during the last quarter of the
2011/12 marketing year, resulting in reduced prospects for the June-August quarter feed
and residual disappearance.
Keywords: Feed grains, corn, sorghum, barley, oats
In this publication...
- Entire report, 354 kb
- Table 1- Feed grains: U.S. quarterly supply and disappearance (million bushels), 5/14/2012, 35 kb
- Table 2: Feed and residual use of wheat and coarse grains, 5/14/2012, 18 kb
- Table 3: Cash feed grain prices, 5/14/2012, 21 kb
- Table 4: Selected feed and feed byproduct prices, 5/14/2012, 21 kb
- Table 5: Corn: Feed, seed, and industrial use (million bushels), 5/14/2012, 17 kb
- Table 6: Wholesale corn milling product and byproduct prices, 5/14/2012, 18 kb
- Table 7: U.S. feed grain imports by selected soures (1,000 metric tons), 5/14/2012, 18 kb
- Table 8: U.S. feed grain exports by selected destinations (1,000 metric tons), 5/14/2012, 22 kb
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