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Yield reports

On corn so far are running 23% less than last year. 

It  works out to a 136bpa national avg corn yield. 

Reports are Ohio,  Missouri,  Illinois,  Indiana. 

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Re: Yield reports

  1. Metz, Missouri- 190 bu/acre, with no comparison vs. a year ago
    Stark County, Illinois- 225 bu/acre vs. 240 a year ago
    Macon County, Illinois- 214 bu/acre vs. 257 a year ago 
    Marshall County, Illinois - 200 bu/acre vs. 250 a year ago
    Decatur, Illinois - 170 bu/acre vs. 241 a year ago
    Assumption, Illinois- 140 bu/acre vs. 210 a year ago
    Holland, Indiana - 115 bu/acre vs. an Actual Production History of 215
    Southwest Indiana- 131 bu/acre vs. 207 a year ago
    Central Ohio - 155 bu/acre vs. 220 a year ago
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Re: Yield reports

Yes, so far.  Iowa is not harvesting much corn yet of which most of it will be very good, however about 10 days behind normal.

Iowa will pull that average up but still looking at a 13 billon corn crop nationally. MHO

It is the beans that I believe will come in much lower than predicted.

Two local farmers tried some corn-32% and 27%.  Way too wet. 

Weather permitting the combines will roll around here in about a week to 10 days.

Central Iowa.

 

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