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.

AgWeb Corn Harvest Map

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Harvest Map Submission Form

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Real-Time Harvest News

 
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Harvest News

  • Somethins Happenin Here


    03/24/2017 03:53 PM I started this column with the lyrics from an old Buffalo Springfield song in my head titled “For What Its Worth”. The first two lines go “There’s somethin’ happenin’ here, What is is ain’t exactly clear…..” That was definitely the case with the health care reform bill debate in Washington! As I looked at the table for weekly changes for commodities, however, I realized that we know exactly what is happening here. Most ag prices were going down, with the exception of cattle.
  • Video
    Corn Market Seeing Attitude Change After Funds Fall Short
    03/24/2017 10:45 AM

    One good indicator of future market movement is fund action.

  • The Long Road to Cellulosic Ethanol
    03/23/2017 02:06 PM Cellulosic material like crop residue, grass, and trees has long been envisioned as the next stage feedstock for producing biofuels. It has taken longer than expected to develop technology to make it commercially feasible, but the first plants to use such material are now finally up and running.
  • Video
    Rumors of Dry Weather Could Sway Farmers to Grow More Corn
    03/22/2017 12:24 PM

    The USDA will release its annual Prospective Plantings report the end of March and corn could have a bullish story. 

  • Who Killed the Finest Soybean Soil in the World?
    03/21/2017 10:44 PM

    Randy Dowdy says a gas line company is responsible for major topsoil losses on his record-breaking farmland.

  • Video
    Record Corn, Soybean Crops from Brazil to Weaken U.S. Exports
    03/21/2017 03:36 PM

    USDA and independent firms have released numbers that Brazil is harboring a record soybean and potentially record corn crop. These numbers could have the potential to change the structure of the markets in the U.S., according to Brian Basting of Advance Trading, Inc.

USDA Crop Progress Report

97% U.S. corn harvested

Corn Harvested - Selected States
[These 18 States harvested 95% of the 2015 corn acreage]
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                :               Week ending               :             
                :-----------------------------------------:             
      State     :November 20, :November 13, :November 20, :  2011-2015  
                :    2015     :    2016     :    2016     :   Average   
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                :                        percent                        
                :                                                       
Colorado .......:      89            94            97            93     
Illinois .......:     100            97           100            98     
Indiana ........:     100            94            97            94     
Iowa ...........:      97            94            98            97     
Kansas .........:     100            99           100            99     
Kentucky .......:      99            99           100            98     
Michigan .......:      93            70            83            83     
Minnesota ......:     100            94            97            98     
Missouri .......:     100           100           100            98     
Nebraska .......:      94            93            96            96     
North Carolina .:     100           100           100           100     
North Dakota ...:      97            85            93            93     
Ohio ...........:     100            90            95            87     
Pennsylvania ...:      85            87            91            86     
South Dakota ...:      99            92            97            97     
Tennessee ......:      99           100           100           100     
Texas ..........:      93            97            98            98     
Wisconsin ......:      91            83            92            85     
                :                                                       
18 States ......:      97            93            97            96     
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