YIELD c/b NC Nebraska
NC Nebraska farm
average on 1200 acres of soybeans
down 23 bpa from average
Mostly hail damage
Just starting corn
first field 140 versus 210 avg
hail damage again.
2nd field running 190 versus 225 avg- great given hail issues.
Broad area of hail damage across this area of state
YIELD beans Clyde KS
1070 acres – range 26 bpa – 55 bpa
average 37 bpa
50% of the harvested acres had hall damage ..
YIELD beans western Clay County Kansas (northeast)
Farm average yield of 42bpa
Good ground was 60+ bpa
Irrigated as high or near 100bpa
Our county has a lot of double crop soybeans which is not ready yet.
YIELD c/b Northwest MO
over 600 acres soybean cut .. average yield 53 bu/acre APH is 45
(they looked better than actual yield turned out)
one field hit hard by SDS yield only 38 bu/acre
as a general observation in our NW MO area, SDS hit a lot of beans, especially in areas outside river bottoms that have never had this disease
flooding in some fields along some rivers caused significant loss in yield as well as “green beans” that are unsalable.
corn ,we have combined around 400 acres.. average yield 190 aph 145.. so the best ever raised in our “unprimed” upland geography with some fields of better soils hitting 200-220, bu./acre. Extensive severe wind and rain storm damage in several NW Mo counties put corn on the ground and it’s been a severe challenge to salvage…this didn’t get much media converge.
All in all, a terrific yield year as compared to 2012 when our average corn yield was 52 and our average soybean yield was 26 !!
YIELD c/b SC Nebraska (numerous yields)
Nuckolls, Clay, Webster, Fillmore counties in South Central Nebraska
Dry land Corn:
182 150 acres
199 70 acres
190 71 acres eco-fallow
225 5 acres
181 70 acres
155 250 acres
210 140 acres eco-fallow
158 600 acres
258 300 acres
263 450 acres
240 183 acres
210 100 acres – hailed and expected less
235 160 acres
Dry land Beans
60 150 acres
45 160 acres – some hail damage
59.5 200 acres
60.5 1050 acres
55 600 acres – range 45-64 some hail on lowers yields, average was 55
79 130 acres
80 40 acres
63 65 acres
82 100 acres
72 130 acres
77 160 acres
YIELD beans/corn Williams County, Ohio (NW Ohio)
Corn: 50% harvested 150bu/a
Soybeans 60% harvested 42bu/a
YIELD c/b Southwest, Central and w Central MN
South West Minnesota,
155 BPA 2nd field (Normal 175) late start, too dry July
150 BPA (170 Average)
Marshall to Redwood Falls
Per seed dealer, range 150-160 BPA (normal 175-185) part of dry strip in Southwest Minnesota
2 fields corn out on good hog ground. Record yields, 215, 210 BPA (normal 185)
Amiret, only 10 miles NW from Tracy
Corn yields run 155-160 BPA, Dry July, first half August
Central Minnesota, Sauk Centre
Variable yields but running 175 BPA, better than average, good ground.
West Central Minnesota, Elbow Lake
Seed dealer, farmer on his land. Beans averaged 38 BPA (43 APH)
75% harvested corn, 150 BPA average (160 APH) (lite test weight 53-54)
YIELD corn Hardin Co Iowa (central)
1st field 180 BPA
2nd field 160 BPA
Ave about at APH
YIELD beans s.e. MN
900 ac soybeans
APH 55 bpa,
YIELD beans NE Iowa
255 ac 52 bpa
APH – 58.5
YIELD beans/corn Ravenna MI
20% done with beans
average of 55 bu / ac
corn is still on the wet side
our first planted on may 19th 90 day corn was 22.8% and 180 bu / ac
the rest will need to try down some.
YIELD corn w.c. MO
Finished 1450 acres of corn tonight. APH is 165 with this years average of 215.
YIELD corn/beans SE South Dakota/NE Nebraska
Producers in SE SD and Northeast Nebraska are finished with beans and hitting corn hard.
Bean yields for the most part have met or exceeded expectations by 5-10 bushels which would be 10-15 bushel better than aph… very pleased.
Corn harvest is pushing 30% + in our local area with yields coming in 15-20 bushel better than expected and 25-50 bushel better than aphs with many calling this a record harvest.
One producer has 400 out of 900 acres of corn picked with an ave of 214 bpa, some 43 bushels better than aph. Its gonna get interesting on the last 30% to harvest with elevators getting filled and no where to go but on the ground.
Data Source: Locust Hill Trading Co.