When Will You Finish Harvest?

October 22, 2010 04:17 AM

The recent weeks of nearly perfect weather have aided many farmers with their harvest tasks. According to USDA 68% of the U.S. corn crop is harvested, which is a big jump from last week’s 51% and the five-year average of 39%. 

Soybean harvest is also ahead of the five-year average. Just over 80% of U.S. soybeans have been harvested, comparing to the five-year average of 62%.
Additionally, just over 40% of the crop is harvested, which compares to a 30% five-year average. Sorghum and rice harvests are also on time or ahead.
According to this week’s AgWeb poll, around half of our nation’s farmers will finish in pretty soon.
Here are the current standings:
1 week: 51.77%
2 weeks: 20.35%
3 weeks: 12.83
4 or more weeks: 15.04%
Total votes: 226
So, how long until you finish harvest? Vote now.
See which areas of the country are ahead or behind with an interactive poll map.

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