September 11, 2020

Fall 2020 Crop Outlook Webinar

Purdue agricultural economists Michael Langemeier and James Mintert discussed USDA’s September Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) reports on September 11. The reports provided USDA’s first objective yield estimates for the 2020 corn and soybean crops. The webinar includes an overview of the information on the two reports along with a discussion regarding implications of the changes for the corn and soybean outlook in addition to a review of the likely changes in corn and soybean profitability and what that portends for 2021 cash rental rates.

The recording of the webinar and the slides used during the presentation are available below for download. A companion episode on the Purdue Commercial AgCast podcast is also available below or any platform where you access your podcasts.

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