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New York oat production projected to decline 10 percent this year

New York oat production is forecasted to drop 10 percent to nearly 2.11 million bushels in 2020 from 2.34 million bushels last year, the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) reported on July 10. The Empire State’s yield per acre is projected at 54 bushels this year, down 6 bushels (or 10 percent), from 60 […]

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New York oat production is forecasted to drop 10 percent to nearly 2.11 million bushels in 2020 from 2.34 million bushels last year, the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) reported on July 10. The Empire State’s yield per acre is projected at 54 bushels this year, down 6 bushels (or 10 percent), from 60 […]

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