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Mizzou_Tiger
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Harvest results

Couple field of beans north and west of is went 2-3 bu/ac. Last year 40-60 with similar aph

South and west of us 10-40 bu/ac on several fields. Last year 50-70 with 50-60 aph

East of us similar going 10-40 bu/ac, last year 40-60.

Haven't started yet. Expecting 40 on ground that has done 50-70 in the last 5 years

Corn is even more crazy, west of us it's running 160-220 on ground that will do it but needs rain and they got it. Saw 300 but field ended up near 200 flat, overall doing good and it should it's some of the best corn in the nation this year

South of us with no rain running 80-130 on 185-200 aph ground, disappointing

North is 80-200 on 130-220 aph ground so a bit below average and just ok

East is 0-150 on 130-200 aph ground. Areas as bad as last year. Was expected as it didn't rain.

Depending on rain will start this weekend. Will see 200 plus in areas but doubt field averages break 100 and will be in some 20-40 stuff too on ground that will do 140-160. Pretty much expected it given little rain and too much heat around pollination

My take. Average crop at best on a national basis. So 146 times 85 is 12.4. They won't go that low even if it is real. Maybe 12.8.

Beans are below looking at 2.8

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rayjenkins
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Re: Harvest results

Please remind us of your geography....thanks

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cyclonegrain
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SW Minnesota/NW Iowa.  Beans running 45-61 and corn running 165-210.  Beans above expectations and at the 5 year average OR better.  Corn crop is gonna be big.  I see private analysts talking bigger trend line yields for the October 11th report (if we get it). 

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Mizzou_Tiger
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165-210 in that area that had good weather is nothing special. Sorry
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DismalScience
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I believe that area had alot of PP.   Was supposed to be the area that the rest of the country couldn't make up for.   At 210 we don't need to make up much.   Keep talking the talk.

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Mizzou_Tiger
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NW...........nope.....try C and EC.......

Let's ask ole cyclone.

Cyclone. You closer to fort dodge or Milford
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cyclonegrain
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50 north of Milford.  There isn't any (OR very little) prevent plant around here.  I can think of maybe 200 acres in the four county area around here?  For the record, 210 corn around here is considered a very good year.  Any beans at 50 or better is also considered very good.  Going west into western MN and Eastern SD it is also above the 5 year average and well above expectations.  Anybody around here talking lower yields are really just telling they didn't market anything and trying to talk the market up IMHO.  I have also heard some way above expected yieilds out of the central/western Iowa are where the prevent plant acreage was more prevelent.  40-50 bushel beans where they thought 30-35 would be it.  I know that isn't great for them, but it all adds up. 

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rayjenkins
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MT.....I am asking YOUR location

 

or are you totally incapable of giving a straight answer...

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cyclonegrain
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Also, we had no measurable rain in July, but we got 4-6 inches in August.  So when the heat got nasty we also had moisture which made for a pretty good mix.  Was also down toward Omaha yesterday and things look very good down there.  Lots of harvest progress on. 

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Mizzou_Tiger
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Yep down the river in SIA and NMO is good. They had great rains all year. Some of the better corn around.

Ray, you have my email as you sent me a note a year or two ago. If I wasn't important enough to remember then why does my comments now matter