The U.S. corn and soybean harvests are nearing the finish line. That followed a mostly favorable week for weather in much of the Midwest and Plains with parts of the region expected to see more dry and relatively warm conditions this week. As of... Read More.
The USDA says the corn and soybean harvest is nearing the finish line in Kansas. Ninety-four percent of corn has been harvested, ahead of the five-year average of 90%. Soybeans harvested was 88% on Sunday, ahead of 78% on average. Sunflowers harvested reached 79% completion, ahead... Read More.
The USDA says another dry week left many farmers hoping for rain in Indiana. Topsoil moisture is rated 40 percent very short to short and subsoil moisture is rated 35 percent very short to short. Ninety-two percent of the state’s corn crop is planted, 71... Read More.
Tennessee farmers continue to benefit from weather, as planting progress remains ahead of the average pace. Statewide, soybeans are 40% planted compared to 34% last year and the 5-year average of 29% with 22% of the crop emerged. Corn is 88% planted, compared to 81%... Read More.
U.S. corn and soybean harvest activity continued to move forward over the past week. Rain did delay activity in parts of the Midwest and Plains and while that’s helped replenish soil moisture and provide a slight boost to river levels, more will be needed... Read More.