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September 2013 Arkansas FSA Crop Acreage Released

September 2013 FSA Certified Crop Acreage

The table below contains the FSA certified planted crop acreage information for Arkansas as of September 17, 2013.  This information is subject to change as further updates are released each month.  The final report for the year will be released in January, including final harvest acreage information.

CountyCornCottonRiceSorghumSoybeanWheat TOTAL855,736291,9731,050,616117,5973,200,308650,591

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August 2013 Arkansas FSA Crop Acreage Released

August 2013 FSA Certified Crop Acreage

The table below contains the FSA certified planted crop acreage information for Arkansas as of August 15, 2013.  This information is subject to change as further updates are released each month.  The final report for the year will be released in January, including final harvested acreage information.

CountyCornCottonRiceSorghumSoybeanWheat TOTAL808,022256,323971,631102,0472,782,372646,106 Arkansas57,0091570,8281,293161,84728,156 Ashley45,72715,9814,53342143,1549,838

Benton616——7911,169

Boone132———-

Bradley403———-

Carroll713———-

Chicot55,55010,15824,5861,537113,95617,900

Clark407–1,4801234,4182,158

Clay37,93332,21664,6062,204114,14312,515

Cleburne14——28–

Conway2,873–1,70425417,7208,675

Craighead45,33754,18756,9602,984110,28412,128

Crawford2,378–2171,03012,0102,857

Crittenden8,7606,03412,2807,990116,03959,816

Cross12,4113,49865,3155,500160,72422,215

Desha64,6606,8289,5131,967126,6677,288

Drew21,2274,4967,1165131,9123,837

Faulkner928–1,815646,4373,282

Franklin396–62–1,426597

Greene21,5975,76161,5681,91162,87612,010

Hempstead——–183100

Hot Spring80–405–1,521133

Independence6,234–7,7551,68930,5604,294

Izard47——59119

Jackson14,55442252,1832,29788,55926,592

Jefferson54,2872,66055,438950110,04926,305

Johnson1,218——3,2011,425

Lafayette15,9056483,1642228,26411,089

Lawrence10,915–83,3562,85467,8826,219

Lee10,7179,6286,6515,39158,24350,112

Lincoln27,7727,51911,97827071,6914,309

Little River7,823–4433099,35910,430

Logan2,727—-225,5033,077

Lonoke43,8122,36266,899479113,45718,692

Madison———-234

Miller18,046–1151,24513,88828,703

Mississippi24,60857,80318,7753,546198,68567,960

Monroe28,8471,53237,1137,257114,53931,831

Nevada26———-

Perry264–9472932,035292

Phillips64,7414,32318,17724,748203,37943,819

Poinsett20,79311,63561,4142,251141,78430,460

Pope541–1,531–8,4044,336

Prairie13,05551546,82451889,15410,971

Pulaski4,773593,3711,01317,8275,999

Randolph8,516–29,0601,76736,8711,156

St. Francis18,21116,37226,47712,225132,20623,962

Sebastian398—-3802,6421,274

Sevier———-592

Stone31——1,278667

Washington207——39279

White8,797–9,84778429,1436,107

Woodruff19,4021,67146,6734,208130,65916,958

Yell1,602–454–6,8793,167

Gov. Beebe speaks at edamame plant unveiling

American Vegetable Soybean and Edamame, Inc., announced Tuesday it would add 40-60 new jobs in Mulberry in the next three years with the opening of a $5.8 million edamame processing facility. The soybean has become more popular as a snack, served in a vegetable dish, soups or even processed in to desserts. Gov. Mike Beebe,

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Soybean Notes Economics Section – Sept. 16, 2011

SOYBEAN NOTES is a weekly newsletter focusing on all aspects of Arkansas soybean news.  This market economics component looks at cash market & forward pricing quotes from selected markets as reported to National Agricultural Statistics Service in Arkansas.

Sometimes in a trading week a trend is difficult to identify. The past week

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