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Soybean yieldsAn acre is measured by an area whereas a bushel is measured by weight. An acre of ground is 43,560 square feet. Producers will plant soybeans on ground and depending on hybrid, weather, soil fertility and many other variables, the bushels of soybeans that the ground will produce will vary. The National average soybean yield is hovering around 40 bushels per acre.

The record was in Missouri in 2010, at 160 bushels an acre.

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70 pounds per acre

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