Corn and soybean conditions improved slightly in Missouri this past week, but these ratings are still the lowest in the country. USDA says Missouri’s corn is rated 29% good to excellent and the soybeans are 32% good to excellent. The corn is 70% in... Read More.
Illinois corn and soybean conditions improved the last week of July. USDA says 49% of the corn crop is rated good to excellent, an increase of four percentage points from the previous week. Soybean conditions are rated 46% good to excellent, an increase of... Read More.
Nebraska crop conditions improved last week due to timely rains. The USDA says 62 percent of the corn crop is rated good-to-excellent with 77 percent silking and 39 percent in the dough stage. Soybeans are 56 percent good-to-excellent with 33 percent setting pods. Forty-three precent of... Read More.
Crop conditions improved slightly as Kentucky experienced below-normal temperatures and above-normal precipitation. Corn is rated 60% good to excellent with 8% of the crop silking. Soybeans are 93% planted, with 83% emerged, 8% blooming, and 66% rated good to excellent. Some of the late-planted... Read More.