Iowa Farmer Could Be Harvesting Biggest Soybean Crop

October 6, 2017 12:44 PM
 
 

Farmers in Waverly, Iowa are trying at beating the rain moving into their area this week. Marc Mummelthei, a farmer from Waverly says he’s cutting as many soybeans as he can because conditions are right and the yields may be the best he’s produced.

AgDay's national reporter Betsy has more from the field.

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Bob
monroe, NE
10/9/2017 01:27 PM
 

  I made a new record too, 6 bushels an acre on a quarter, completely hailed out.

 
 
Joe
Delphi, IN
10/9/2017 11:34 AM
 

  Maybe you should go talk to the guy with the worst yields.

 
 
dave
bigtown, IL
10/9/2017 11:26 PM
 

  Why, as farmers, do we continue to give free information to the media, the board of trade and the usda? Isn't it bad enough that we have to report our yields to the gov't for crop ins. reg for free? If no one knew how much crop was out here, don't you think we, as farmers would benefit? come on people!!!

 
 

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