Wheat output this year will rise to 382 million bushels, according to the average estimate of participants on a three-day annual crop tour organized by the Wheat Quality Council. That compares with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s 2015 estimate of 322 million, after growers planted 7.6 percent less last September.
Wheat output this year will rise to 382 million bushels, according to the average estimate of participants on a three-day annual crop tour organized by the Wheat Quality Council. That compares with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s 2015 estimate of 322 million, after growers planted 7.6 percent less last September. Daniel Acker Bloomberg News
Wheat output this year will rise to 382 million bushels, according to the average estimate of participants on a three-day annual crop tour organized by the Wheat Quality Council. That compares with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s 2015 estimate of 322 million, after growers planted 7.6 percent less last September. Daniel Acker Bloomberg News

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