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The top 20 countries have a yield of over 37 bushels (of 60 pounds each) per acre, or 2.3 tonnes per hectare.

The U.S. average yield for 2010 was 46.6 bushels/acre or 2.9 tonnes/hectare.

The best country, Turkey, produced an average of 58.7 bushels/acre or 3.7 tonnes/hectare.

The record belongs to a farmer in Missouri who produced an average of 100 bushels/acre over a 300 acres plantation in 2010, and reached 160 bushels/acre on a specially irrigated field.
Roughly 50, but it depends on the variety and environmental factors

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The U.S. average yield for 2010 was 46.6 bushels/acre or 2.92 tonnes/hectare. The figures for 2011 are slightly lower, at 43.0 bushels/acre or 2.89 tonnes/hectare. According to the US Department of Agriculture, the US average soybean yield for the period 2006 through 2011 was 42.22 bushels per acre.

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The U.S. average yield for 2010 was 46.6 bushels/acre, 43.0 bu/a in 2011.

About 2.88 metric tons per hectare, according to the USDA.

India's crop yield per hectare is much lower than the global average, according to UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO). Water shortage, lack of availability of high-yield varieties of seeds and lack of research and development has been quoted as the primary reason behind the low per-hectare yield of crops in India.

Roughly 50, but it depends on the variety and environmental factors

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U.S. average yield for 2010 was 46.6 bushels (of 60 pounds each) per acre. Canada and Brazil average yield was the same or very close. The top record for 2010 was 160 bushels per acre on a special irrigated field, the same farmer managed an average of 100 bushels per acre on the whole 300 acres of soybean he planted.

In 2009 Kansas farmers produced 160.6 million bushels of soybeans from 3.65 million acres for an average yield of 44 bushels per acre.

107,639.1 square feet per hectare.

2.47105 acres per hectare.

2.47 acres per hectare.

2.471 acres per hectare

1 hectare = 2.47105381 acres

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