Acreage Report

Acreage Report

An annual report listing the crops planted throughout the United States and the number of acres each one occupies. The U.S. Department of Agriculture publishes the Acreage Report and compiles it by taking a survey of American farmers.
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Producers are encouraged to contact their local FSA office as soon as possible to make an appointment to report prevented plant acres and submit their spring crop acreage report. To locate your local FSA office, visit farmers.gov/service-locator.
Department of Agriculture will survey farmers starting in late February and issue an acreage report for 2015 on March 31.
USDA, in its annual acreage report, said farmers planted more corn and soybeans than traders had expected, with the corn area the largest since 1937 and soy the third highest ever.
The nine market-sensitive reports that are drawing the greatest attention from USDA officials are the monthly crop production report, world agricultural supply and demand estimates report, and cattle on feed report; the quarterly hogs and pigs report and grain stocks report; the semi-annual cattle report; and the annual acreage report, prospective plantings report, and small grain summary report.
In June the Acreage Report was released by the U.S.
farmers planted 92.9 million acres of corn in 2007 - the largest amount of acreage since 1944, and 19 percent more than was planted last year, according to the Acreage report released by the U.S.
The two major grape categories -- raisin and table -- also showed overall acreage declines, with the amount of bearing acres and newer, nonbearing acres, dropping, the Grape Acreage Report said.
The National Agriculture Statistics Service, which published the 2016 Grape Acreage Report, uses standards that consider vines won't be productive until the fourth year, although new technology is changing the standard: Socalled UberVines make third-year production feasible for some newly planted vines.
The USDA's June 30 acreage report estimated soybean farmers would harvest about 84 million acres nationwide.
Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statistics Service (USDA, NASS) released its Acreage Report describing how many acres were planted to each crop across the country.
Final Grape Acreage Report, 1976-2006 Sacramento, CA.
DiBuduo has expressed concern for several years that wineries and grapegrowers rely too much on the annual California Grape Acreage Report issued by the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), which in turn relies on voluntary reporting of bearing and nonbearing acreage, broken down by zones and grape varieties.