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BrownfieldAgNews reports:

The USDA's national corn condition rating held steady last week while soybeans dipped slightly. Last week was another wide-ranging week for U.S. weather, with some areas experiencing flooding due to heavy rainfall, other areas seeing continued drought conditions, and some others looking ideal for this time of year.

As of Sunday, 64% of U.S. corn is in good to excellent shape, unchanged on the week and 7% below a year ago, with 10% of the crop silking, compared to the five-year average of 14%.

59% of soybeans are rated good to excellent, 1% less than last week and 12% below last year, with 29% of the crop blooming, compared to 24% on average, and 3% at the pod-setting stage, matching the normal pace.

47% of winter wheat is called good to excellent, 1% lower than the previous week and 4% under a year ago, with 45% of the crop harvested, compared to 53% on average.

Just 16% of spring wheat is in good to excellent condition, a decline of 4% on the week and 54% from this time last year, with 69% headed, compared to 62% usually in early July.

52% of cotton is reported as good to excellent, steady with the prior week and 9% above a year ago, with 42% of the crop squaring, compared to 46% on average, and 11% of the crop is setting bolls, compared to the five-year average of 13%.

73% of rice is called good to excellent, unchanged on both the week and the year, with 14% of the crop headed, compared to the typical rate of 17%.

31% of U.S. pastures and rangelands are rated good to excellent, steady with a week ago and 10% below a year ago.

The USDA's next set of production estimates is out Monday, July 12th at Noon Eastern/11 Central.

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