Comparing Deere & Co.’s outlook for 2017 issued on Nov. 23 to that of USDA’s issued earlier in the year, you would have to conclude that the world’s largest manufacturer of farm equipment is a bit more optimistic about the year ahead than is the U.S. ag agency.
USDA increased its estimates of corn and soybean yields and wheat production in its Nov. 8 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report, which most analysts agree was another bearish sign for farm machinery sales in the year ahead.
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