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November Predicted Corn Yields (bu/ac)*

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CIBO National Corn Yield Estimate: 178 (bu/ac)

 

The 2021 growing season started out well, with excellent conditions throughout the corn-growing region, allowing crops to get in the ground early. With crop development entering a crucial stage of yield determination in June, significant rainfall (> 8 inches more than normal) was observed in the midwest and the southeastern United States, which was good news for the primary corn and soybean growing areas. Many areas had significantly more rainfall than normal for October, slowing down harvest in some areas, but all indications are another near-record corn harvest.

 

*We are showing yields for counties which typically plant at least 25,000 acres of corn based on the past ten years of crop acreage data from the USDA Farm Service Agency.

 

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November Predicted Soybean Yields (bu/ac)*

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National Soybean Yield Estimate: 55.0 (bu/ac)

 

The 2021 growing season started out well, with excellent conditions throughout the corn-growing region, allowing crops to get in the ground early. With crop development entering a crucial stage of yield determination in June, significant rainfall (> 8 inches more than normal) was observed in the midwest and the southeastern United States, which was good news for the primary corn and soybean growing areas. Many areas had significantly more rainfall than normal for October, slowing down harvest in some areas, but all indications are another near-record soybean harvest.

 

*We are showing yields for counties that typically plant at least 25,000 acres of soybeans based on the past ten years of crop acreage data from the USDA Farm Service Agency.

 

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November Predicted Cotton Yields (lb/ac lint)*

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National Cotton Yield Estimate: 1128.0 (lb/ac lint)

 

Ample rainfall in the southwestern U.S. and along the Gulf Coast has resulted in good growing conditions for cotton in 2021. Rainfall in Arizona in July from the North American Monsoons helped offset the extreme temperatures in June and decrease the level of drought. Cotton crops are nearly 50% harvested.

 

*We are showing yields for counties that typically plant at least 3,000 acres of cotton based on the past ten years of crop acreage data from the USDA Farm Service Agency.

 

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November Predicted County-Level Yield Forecast Infographic

Predicted Corn Yields (bu/ac)*
-12.8%
Minnesota McLeod County
+12.7%
Illinois McLean County
+24.9%
Iowa Boone County
+25.6%
Indiana Decatur County
+20.1%
Nebraska Lincoln County
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Predicted Soybean Yields (bu/ac)*
+33%
Missouri Monroe County
+70.3%
Mississippi Humphreys County
+1.4%
Illinois Champaign County
+17.8%
Iowa Bremer County
+19.2%
Indiana Jasper County
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Predicted Cotton Yields (lb/ac lint)*
+37.3%
Alabama Madison County
-18.6%
Mississippi Coahoma County
-1.0%
Texas Lubbock County
-3.4%
Arizona Pinal County
+34.7%
Texas Nueces County
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CIBO blends comprehensive weather data with state-of-the-art seasonal predictions to simulate weather scenarios for the upcoming planting season, helping you make smarter decisions for your farm or agribusiness. CIBO delivers objective, science-driven intelligence about land at the parcel level, at a national scale and without requiring local data to be input by farmers. This information drives efficiencies in land and related markets by connecting participants to objective information, and to each other.

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CIBO delivers the capability to gain forecasting insight on agricultural land performance on a county by county and field by field level. Users can blend observed weather data with state-of-the-art seasonal predictions to simulate a range of possible weather scenarios for the new planting season. The platform uses agronomic simulations to predict crop development, from planting to harvest, under a variety of forecast weather scenarios and management strategies.

The USDA regularly announces national yield insights. Those national reports tell you what will likely happen, CIBO’s capability is the first to tell you where and why it is likely to happen. This insight creates new opportunities for actionable and hyper-local farming, agribusiness, sustainability and trading decision-making.

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