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Estimated costs of producing winter wheat in the Columbia Basin

Samuel M. Doran

Estimated costs of producing winter wheat in the Columbia Basin

by Samuel M. Doran

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Published by Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, Washington State University in Pullman .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[by Samuel M. Doran and Elvin L. Kulp].
SeriesFarm business management reports, Extension mimeo -- 2960., Extension mimeo (Washington State University. Cooperative Extension Service) -- 2960., Extension mimeo (Washington State University. Cooperative Extension) -- 2960.
ContributionsWashington State University. Cooperative Extension Service.
The Physical Object
Pagination9 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17612083M
OCLC/WorldCa43015839

USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service Information. NASS publications cover a wide range of subjects, from traditional crops, such as corn and wheat, to specialties, such as mushrooms and flowers; from calves born to hogs slaughtered; from agricultural prices to land in farms. The agency has the distinction of being known as The Fact Finders of U.S. Agriculture due to the abundance of. Where Wheat Grows. Washington State is unique for the number of micro-climates that exist throughout its grain growing region. Wheat can be found planted in areas that receive 8 inches of precipitation ( cm) to 25 inches ( cm) of precipitation.

Oct 30,  · The NIR in November, March and April is predicted to increase, especially in April. Increased NIR can result in increased water deficit, causing negative impacts on crop yield due to water stress. In the future, more attention should be paid to water resource management during the annual crop growth period of winter wheat in the Haihe River niarbylbaycafe.com by: 9. Jan 13,  · The planted acreage for winter wheat in the U.S. fell to the lowest level since as farmers from Kansas to Texas faced prospects for declining crop .

Jan 13,  · The largest decline from the previous year was in hard red winter wheat plantings. The U.S.D.A. estimated the hard red winter wheat area at . Estimating winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) LAI and leaf chlorophyll content from canopy reflectance data by integrating agronomic prior knowledge with the PROSAIL model.


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Estimated costs of producing winter wheat in the Columbia Basin by Samuel M. Doran Download PDF EPUB FB2

This enterprise budget estimates the typical costs and returns of producing winter wheat under center pivot irrigation in the Columbia Basin area of Oregon. It should be used as a guide to estimate actual costs and returns and is not representative of any particular farm.

The major assumptions used in constructing this budget are discussed below. A surplus of soft white winter wheat and exports of hard red wheats from West Coast ports have renewed interest in producing hard red winter wheat in the Columbia Basin. Historically, Columbia Basin hard red wheat has not had acceptable bread-baking qualities because of low grain protein.

Cost of Producing Alfalfa Seed in the Columbia Basin of Washington State Herbert Hinman and John Kugler1 INTRODUCTION Inapproximately 17, acres of alfalfa seed were produced in Washington State.

Alfalfa seed ranked 30th in agricultural commodity value within the. producing field corn, winter wheat, grass seed and alfalfa hay production. A detailed breakdown of machinery values is shown in Table 2. Estimated machinery costs are shown in Table 3.

The machinery costs are estimated based on the total farm use of the machinery. Gasoline costs $, on-road diesel $ and off-road diesel $ per gallon. Costs per acre are from the Nebraska Crop budgets and are divided by an estimated local price to obtain a break-even yield.

Closing futures prices from Aug. 20 for December Kansas City Hard Red Winter Wheat and December Chicago Corn serve as an indicator for the harvest price. If current drought and dry conditions persist into early fall, winter wheat may be a viable option for many producers, especially those in western Nebraska, due to its low water requirement.

The Nebraska Crop Budgets estimate per-bushel costs for both dryland and irrigated winter wheat production for various regions across the state. These. Economics of Winter Wheat-Summer Fallow vs.

Continuous No-Till Spring Wheat in the Horse Heaven Hills, Washington Douglas L. Young, Herbert R. Hinman, and William F. Schillinger1 Introduction This publication presents comparisons of the production costs and profitability of traditional winter wheat-summer fallow grown under conventional tillage.

The assumptions refer to Tables 1 through 8 and pertain to sample costs to produce wheat for grain in the southern San Joaquin Valley. Practices described represent production practices and materials considered typical of well-managed wheat crop. Costs, materials, and practices in this study will not be applicable to all situations.

Enterprise Budget for Establishing and Producing Irrigated Alfalfa in the Washington Columbia Basin WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION FACT SHEET • FSE Preface The information in this publication can be used as a general guide for establishing and producing alfalfa using center pivot irrigation in the Columbia Basin of Washing-ton.

Estimated Production Costs & Returns GROSS RECIPTS FROM PRODUCTION GROSS RECIPTS UNIT PRICE YIELD PER ACRE PER BUYOUR FARM Hard Red Winter Wheat bu $ 97 $ $ Other Total Receipts $ $0 DIRECT COSTS UNIT COST PER UNITQUANTITY PER ACRE PER BUYOUR FARM OPERATING PREHARVEST Seed.

Nov 11,  · This statistic shows wheat production costs in the United States inby type of cost, measured in U.S. The Columbia Basin is a major area for the production of potatoes, sweetcorn, melons and onions and a number of other temperate vegetables, herbs and vegetable seeds.

Crops are produced for both fresh market and processing. The Columbia Basin vegetable region includes parts of Gillam, Morrow, and Umatilla counties as indicated on the map at right. Planting Dates for Fall Cover Crops in the Irrigated Columbia Basin.

Mark Stannard, Pullman PMC Jennifer Brunty, WSU Grad Student Dr. Bill Pan, WSU Prof Soil Sci The intent of this note is to provide NRCS and CD field staff with planting dates for estimating biomass cover for several fall seeded cover crops.

Introduction. Wheat Production in Washington—Summary Report, November Winter Wheat Breeding Program % % % % Spring Wheat Breeding Program % % % Lowering input costs Increasing the number of buyers and markets for wheat In the North American plains, the wheat production axis that extends over a length of 1, miles (2, km) in a north-south direction from central Alberta to central Texas is known as the Wheat niarbylbaycafe.com red winter wheat is grown in the southern U.S.

states of Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Nebraska, and Colorado. Benefits of the Columbia Basin Project In addition to storing and carrying water for irrigation, producing electricity, controlling floods, providing recreation, and regulating streamflow, the Columbia Basin Project also provides water for cities, industries, navigation, and endangered species.

The mission of the Bureau. May 14,  · Do the calculations for a bushel of Columbia basin wheat. Read yesterday's Oregonian about the $BILLION farm subsidy bill.

Basically, the choice was made to sacrifice the Columbia river to farming interests so they could have free water, cheap power, and barging to move large quantities of low-value goods. The soil moisture was obtained from the inversion using a visible and shortwave infrared drought index (VSDI), whereas the N stress of winter wheat was detected using the newly developed modified.

Wheat farming in the Columbia Basin of Oregon. Part 2, Costs and returns on specialized wheat-summerfallow farms Public DepositedAuthor: Henry H. Stippler, Emery N. Castle. Basis Forecasting Tool Basis Basics Technical Details About & Contact Wheat Basis & Price Forecasting Tool The wheat basis forecast tool predicts harvest-time prices: late.

USDA on Friday estimated winter wheat seedings at million acres, the smallest winter wheat plantings sincebut more thanacres larger than the average trade guess and above all Author: Alan Brugler.Washington Wheat Variety Survey.

WINTER WHEAT ACRES PLANTED ESTIMATE. Soft White Common Winter Acres. OttoSY OvationCuriosity CL+ORCFestimated certified seed sales for the state of Washington. Author: Mary Palmer Sullivan.EBE Critical Temperaturesfor Blossom Buds Cherries 9/1/ OUT OF PRINT PUBLICATIONS FOR NOVEMBER