Acreage, stocks data up next for crops

Acreage, stocks data up next for crops

Analysts expect USDA report to show plenty of grain stocks, but wild card for acreage will be effects of wet weather.

THE U.S. Department of Agriculture releases its planted acreage report on June 30, and analysts, on average, expect more corn and soybean acres than what USDA put out in its March report.

However, what the report will not show is how many corn and soybean acres were not planted because of the abundant rain this spring and early summer.

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