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Corn & Soybean Prospective Plantings Report Update

Purdue agricultural economists Michael Langemeier, Nathan Thompson and James Mintert discussed the implications of the Prospective Plantings report from USDA-NASS which was released on March 31, 2022. Implications for 2022 crop corn and soybean production based on the report’s planted acreage estimates were discussed along with a “first pass” at what it might mean for carryover estimates into the 2023 crop year.

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International Benchmarks for Soybean Production (2022)

Examining the competitiveness of soybean production in different regions of the world is often difficult due to lack of comparable data and agreement regarding what needs to be measured. This paper examines the competitiveness of soybean production for important international soybean regions using 2016 to 2020 data from the agri benchmark network. 

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2022 Crop Cost and Return Guide

The Purdue Crop Cost and Return Guide offers farmers a resource to project financials for the coming cropping year. These are the March 2022 crop budget estimations for 2022.

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March Corn & Soybean Outlook Update

Recorded March 11 | Purdue ag economists review USDA’s March World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report.

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Crop Insurance Choices for 2022

Managing risk is always important, but especially so this year. This episode of the Purdue Commercial AgCast is a great opportunity for producers to review their crop insurance choices for the upcoming season.

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International Benchmarks for Corn Production (2022)

This paper examines the competitiveness of corn production for important international corn regions using 2016 to 2020 data from the agri benchmark network. The agri benchmark network collects data on beef, cash crops, dairy, pigs and poultry, horticulture, and organic products. There were 16 countries with corn data for 2020 represented in the cash crop network.

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Understanding the Corn Market’s Response to War in Ukraine

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in late February disrupted world supplies of several key agricultural commodities, including corn. Some readers were likely surprised to learn that Ukraine is an important supplier of corn to the world.

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Farm Bill and Crop Insurance Options

Michael Langemeier presented on Farm Bill and Crop Insurance Options for 2022 in Shelby county. ARC-IC, ARC-CO, and PLC farm bill program options, as well as RP, SCO, and ECO insurance products were discussed.

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February Corn & Soybean Outlook Update

Recorded February 10 | Purdue ag economists review USDA’s February Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) reports.

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Incorporating Conservation Provisions into Crop Leases, Great Lake Crops Summit

Michael Langemeier presented Incorporating Conservation Provisions into Crop Leases at the Great Lake Crops Summit in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan.

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