The condition of this year’s soybean crop was downgraded by 2 percentage points, while no change was registered for the corn crop as of Oct. 14, 2018, according to the latest Crop Progress report from USDA.
On Monday, USDA reported that as of May 7 47% of U.S. corn acres had been planted. This compares to 34% a week ago and 61% a year ago. It is just slightly below the 5-year average of 52% of corn acres planted for this date.
USDA's latest Crop Progress reports indicate that the overall picture for the corn and soybean crops continues to improve. As a result, the accuracy of the ag agency’s record-setting yield estimates could be right on the mark.
In this short video clip, Manager of History & Corporate Archives Neil Dahlstrom provides a walk-through of John Deere’s impressive archives, and investment it has made to preserve the history and keep it accessible for generations to come.
The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) and the National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) are coming together during NAMA’s 2020 Agri-Marketing Conference with a pre-conference workshop with content targeted specifically for these types of organizations.
Built on 90 years of expertise, Yetter Farm Equipment leads the agriculture industry in designing effective and innovative equipment for residue management, seedbed preparation, precision fertilizer placement, harvest attachments, strip-tillage, and more.
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