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U.S .Wheat Supply, Demand,
U.S. winter wheat seeded area for 2006 was reported in January to total 41.4 million acres, up 0.9 million acres from 2005, which was the lowest since 1971. Seeding began last August and fell behind the 5-year average pace because of a lack of moisture in the southern Great Plains during September and much of October. Precipitation during mid-October relieved moisture concerns somewhat in major producing areas, enabling seeding to advance ahead of the 5-year average during the latter part of the month as mild and dry weather prevailed. U.S. spring wheat acreage is expected to decline slightly to 16.6 million acres in 2006, unless U.S. winter wheat production problems or other events cause a significant rally in wheat prices before spring wheat planting (mostly in May). Relatively attractive returns for soybeans, corn, sunflower seed, dry peas, and lentils are expected to limit spring wheat area in the northern Plains. Total U.S. wheat planted area for 2006 is projected at 58.0 million acres, .8 million more than in 2005, which was the lowest since 1972. On March 31, NASS will release its Prospective Plantings Report. Total U.S. wheat production is expected to fall 30 million bushels to 2,075 million bushels in 2006, driven by a lower harvested area. This reflects a return to normal abandonment rates for most States, along with a modest downward adjustment for Texas and Oklahoma to account for ongoing drought.
MGR Archive 7.5.2006
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