The nation’s corn harvest is 66 percent complete according to USDA, up from 52 percent last week, the five-year average is 85 percent.
 
Minnesota’s corn harvest is 63 percent complete compared to the five-year average of 87 percent.
 
Iowa’s corn harvest is 64 percent complete compared to the five-year average of 86 percent.
 
South Dakota farmers have harvested 39 percent of their corn acres and North Dakota’s corn harvest is just 15 percent complete.
 
The Illinois corn harvest is 71 percent complete and Indiana’s corn harvest is 72 percent complete. 
 
The nation’s soybean harvest is 85 percent complete compared to the five-year average of 92 percent.
 
Minnesota, Iowa and South Dakota’s soybean harvest is 91 percent complete, according to USDA.
 
North Dakota’s soybean harvest is 74 percent complete.
 
87 percent of the Illinois soybean crop has been harvested and 88 percent of the soybean acres have been harvested in Indiana.
 
Have a great week and a safe week.
 
Linda      
 

 
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