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Real-Time Harvest Results on AgWeb’s Harvest Maps

September 17, 2012
By: Sara Schafer, Farm Journal Media Business and Crops Editor

How will yields shake out this fall? Take a virtual look across the country and see.

Submit your harvest reports to AgWeb's Corn Harvest Map and Soybean Harvest Map. You'll be able to track yield results right on your computer screen.

Visit the maps:

Corn Harvest Map

corn ears

Soybean Harvest Map

Soybeans harvest


How to Use the Maps

The U.S. (or full map) gives you a quick assessment of the entire country. But, you can also view harvest data down to the county level.
From the drop-down menu, select your desired state.
Once you are zoomed in on a state, you can select the red circles for each county. That will show you the county name and the corn yield (in bushels per acre) on how many acres.
To return to the U.S. map, you can click this "See the full map" link or choose "ALL STATES" from the drop-down menu above the map.

How to Submit Your Harvest Data

You simply input your ZIP code, number of acres harvested and average bushels per acre for your corn crop. Then your data, once, along with others, is displayed on an interactive map.
Use the Harvest Map Submission Form or plug your data in to the form below the map.
Each weekday morning, the data is approved and added to the map. States and counties are displayed in different colors based on the average bushels per acre for that area.
If you have questions or comments about the Harvest Map, e-mail the AgWeb Editors at


For More Information
What are the conditions of your crops? When will you begin harvest? Share your from-the-field reports in AgWeb's Crop Comments.


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RELATED TOPICS: Corn, Crops, Harvest

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COMMENTS (2 Comments)

Can this be expanded to include our Canadian friends?
9:50 PM Sep 13th
Can this be expanded to include our Canadian friends?
9:50 PM Sep 13th



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