The nation’s soybean harvest is 49 percent complete according to the latest USDA update; the five-year average is 60 percent.
 
Minnesota’s soybean harvest is 45 percent complete according to USDA; the five-year average is 82 percent. 
 
Iowa’s soybean harvest is 32 percent complete compared to the five-year average of 66 percent at this time of the year.
 
63 percent of the Illinois soybean harvest is complete compared to the five-year average of 58 percent.
 
48 percent of South Dakota’s soybean crop has been harvested, compared to the five-year average of 78 percent.  North Dakota’s soybean harvest is 72 percent complete compared to the five-year average of 78 percent.
 
Indiana farmers have harvested 52 percent of their soybean crop.
 
 
The nation’s corn crop is 28 percent harvested compared to the five-year average of 47 percent.
 
Minnesota’s corn crop is 7 percent harvested compared to the five-year average of 38 percent.
 
13 percent of Iowa’s corn crop has been harvested compared to the five-year average of 41 percent.
 
The corn harvest is 47 percent complete in Illinois compared to the five-year average of 64 percent.  Indiana farmers have harvested 34 percent of their corn crop compared to the five-year average of 46 percent.
 
South Dakota’s corn crop is 12 percent harvested compared to the five-year average of 39 percent.  North Dakota’s corn crop is 8 percent harvested compared to the five-year average of 29 percent.
 
74 percent of Minnesota’s sugar beet crop has been harvested compared to the five-year average of 77 percent.
 
Have a great week and a safe harvest!
Linda
 
 
 
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