AgWeb Corn Harvest News

Take a virtual tour across farm country and see how corn yields are shaping up. Submit your own harvest data using the form below the map. The map data is updated each weekday morning. Here's an overview of how to use the map. Read the latest harvest news.

2015 AgWeb Corn Harvest Map

All data is in bu./acre


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Harvest Map Submission Form

Fill out the information below to submit your harvest data. The map is updated with data each weekday morning.

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Real-Time Harvest News

 
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Harvest News

  • Just The Facts


    07/29/2016 05:47 PM There is a quote attributed to Mark Twain, but also to Anonymous that says “It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you in trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so”. I visited with a number of producers this week about the US corn and soybean crops. The concensus is that the crops look quite good from the road. However, you do have to be careful with what you don't know.
  • Farmers Advised to Cut Production Costs to Maintain Access to Capital
    07/29/2016 03:30 PM

    American row-crop farmers, facing a third year of negative margins, will need to cut production costs if they want to maintain access to capital, according to a report by Rabobank, a Dutch banking and financial services company.

  • Corn and Soybeans Stall
    07/29/2016 01:49 PM

    Corn futures posted slight weekly losses, but held above contract lows as fund selling eased. Meanwhile, soybean futures were supported at week's end by short-covering spurred by pressure on the dollar index. 

  • 3 Things You Need to Know About South America This Week
    07/28/2016 03:30 PM

    Argentine grain truckers ended a week-long strike over a hike in hauling rates. Brazil could be looking to buy corn, and its safrinha harvest is ahead of schedule.

  • Bears Roam Grain Markets
    07/28/2016 10:10 AM

    Despite uncertainties of August weather for soybean crops, grain markets “are still in bear market territory,” according to Joe Vaclavik, of Standard Grain, a marketing firm in Chicago

  • As Corn Devours U.S. Prairies, Greens Reconsider Biofuel Mandate
    07/28/2016 07:30 AM

    Groups now seek overhaul of U.S. renewable fuel quota.

USDA Crop Progress Report

96% of U.S. Corn Crop is Harvested

 

Corn Harvested - Selected States
[These 18 States harvested 94% of the 2014 corn acreage]
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                :               Week ending               :             
                :-----------------------------------------:             
      State     :November 15, : November 8, :November 15, :  2010-2014  
                :    2014     :    2015     :    2015     :   Average   
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                :                        percent                        
                :                                                       
Colorado .......:      82            69            83            91     
Illinois .......:      93           100           100            97     
Indiana ........:      82            97            99            91     
Iowa ...........:      91            93            96            96     
Kansas .........:      95            97            99            97     
Kentucky .......:      95            96            98            97     
Michigan .......:      57            79            89            78     
Minnesota ......:      94            96            99            97     
Missouri .......:      90           100           100            97     
Nebraska .......:      89            87            92            94     
North Carolina .:     100            98            99           100     
North Dakota ...:      83            91            97            91     
Ohio ...........:      79            95           100            81     
Pennsylvania ...:      77            79            83            83     
South Dakota ...:      91            89            95            95     
Tennessee ......:      99            98            98            99     
Texas ..........:      96            87            92            98     
Wisconsin ......:      62            76            87            81     
                :                                                       
18 States ......:      88            93            96            94     
------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

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