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CORN, SOYBEAN HARVEST NEARLY COMPLETED
Brownfield AgNews reports:

The United States Department of Agriculture's National Agricultural Statistics Service reports that as of Sunday, November 11, 94% of the U.S. corn crop is harvested. That's compared to 86% last week, 89% last year and the five year average of 89%. With the exception of Pennsylvania, all states are at or ahead of average.

The soybean harvest is 97% complete. That's up 5% on the week and 3% more than a year ago and the five year average. Similar to corn, nearly everyone is ahead of the average pace.

95% of the winter wheat crop has been planted, compared to 96% a year ago and 95% on average. The emergence is at 82%, which is 4% less than both last year and the average. Winter wheat is in 49% good to excellent condition, compared to 53% a week ago.


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