AgWeb Soybean Harvest News


Take a virtual tour across farm country and see how soybean 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.

2014 AgWeb Soybean 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.

 

red color - denotes required fields

Zip Code:

(5 digits only)
   

Average (bu./acre):

   

Total number of acres:

E-mail address:

(in case your report
doesn’t come through correctly)



Real-Time Harvest News

 
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News

  • Opposite Turn in Soybean Fundamentals

    4/30/2015 9:21:00 AM
    Cash market expert Angie Maguire explains soybean market fundamentals in her weekly profarmer.com column.
  • New Tools to Combat Soybean SDS 4/29/2015 2:22:00 PM
    Widespread devastation of Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) is behind the research and release of several new products to fight this significant soybean disease.
  • Argentina Said to Be Planning Ban on Monsanto Soybean Royalties 4/29/2015 7:11:00 AM
    The Argentine government is stepping into a battle between farmers and Monsanto over royalties for genetically modified soybeans. Grain handlers would be barred from collecting royalties after the harvest on behalf of seed developers.
  • Corn Planting Could Reach 50% By Weekend 4/28/2015 12:55:00 PM
    The goal of having 50% of the corn planted by May 8 seems very possible as the average progress for this week is 20%.
  • U.S. Bird Flu Seen Leaving Grain Market Unscathed as Turkeys Die 4/28/2015 6:41:00 AM
    Even with bird flu plaguing millions of turkeys and chickens across the U.S., the drop in demand for feed made from grains won’t be significant enough to impact crop prices - unless it spreads unchecked. Impact would be greater on soybeans than corn.
  • Hedge Funds Betting on More Losses for Crops as Supplies Swell 4/27/2015 6:38:00 AM
    With planting conditions improving across the U.S. Midwest, hedge funds are betting that harvests this year will compound a global crop surplus and worsen losses for corn, soybean and wheat prices.