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Unformatted text preview: oducers exceeded $30 million only once between 1994
and 2007. Preliminary indications are that 2012
contract prices offered to growers are about 25%
above the previous year.
Total cash receipts for sunflowers reached an
estimated record $40 million in 2011 and are projected to maintain that level in 2012. In contrast,
total cash receipts of $16 million in 2011 for dry
beans were at their lowest level in more than 20
years. Annual aggregate cash receipts for dry bean
producers in the early 1990s averaged three times
the current amount. Cash receipts for sorghum
in 2011 are estimated to equal the record of $26.3
million seen in 1996, but are expected to decline
sharply in 2012, to $15.4 million. Cash receipts for
millet are projected at $22 million in both 2011
and 2012. Millet has potential to grow in its contribution and in the past has added as much as $30
million annually in cash receipts to the agricultural
While acreage of sugar beets has declined in
recent years, production has been steady the past
few years, mirrored by relatively stable...
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2013 for the course MGMT 231 taught by Professor Yu during the Spring '13 term at Bauder.
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