Saturday, July 3, 2010

Colorado Corn Harvest Up 22 Percent Over 2009

The latest estimates of the U.S. Department of Agriculture have Colorado corn farmers increasing their corn harvest by 22 percent over 2009, with projections of 1.2 million acres of corn to be harvested.

According to the USDA report released last week, corn producers in Colorado planted 1.35 million acres of corn this year. That takes into account corn for all uses.

In the U.S., altogether about 87.9 million acres of corn have been planted this year, an increase of 2 percent over 2009.

Concerns over whether or not there will be enough for animal feed has caused wheat prices to move up over the last month.


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