US Arkansas wheat forecast falls 8 percent.

USDA adjusted its forecast for the 2017 Arkansas wheat production, dropping by 8 percent between May 1 and June 1 to about 6.05 million bushels. The yield forecast dropped from 60 bushels per acre in May to 55 bu/ac in June. The state total acreage for winter wheat dropped by about 5,000 acres from 2016 to about 110,000 acres in 2017, but remained unchanged from May to June.