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Lancaster Farming, Saturday. May 25.1968
• Wheat Formers
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luld at Denver, Colo.: Amarillo.
Tex.; Fargo, N.D.; Knowlllc.
Tenn.; Lincoln. Nebr.; Billings,
Mont.; Harrisburg, Pa.; Hutch
inson, Kans.; Fort Wayne, Ind.;
and Spokane, Wash.
Views expressed at the infor
mal hearings quite closely par
alleled recommendations made
recently by National drains Ad
visory Committee and discussed
at meetings, Department repre
Producers generally agreed
harvest from 45 to 48 million
acres would be plenty of wheat
in 1969 as compared with har
vest of 59 million acres in 1967.
In 1968 planted acreage, always
somewhat higher than harvested
acreage, is currently estimated
at 62.7 million, and winter wheat
crop is forecast as record.
In view of prospective increase
in wheat carryover at the end of
current marketing year and pos
sibility of further increase after
marketing of 1968 crop, most
recommendations being made to
department say program should
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encourage fanners to reduce
production below level of con
sumption and thus reduce stocks.
Although some interests favor
larger volume of wheat produc
tion than do most producers m
current situation, USDA spokes
men said, “Little opposition was
expressed to program objective
of maintaining balance between
supply and demand." In addi
tion, there was general agree
ment on need for effective wheat
program in years ahead and in
terest in extension of existing
programs beyond 1969 crop, last
year to which present program
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