YIELD corn w.c. Michigan
Good dirt irrigated running 230-240 bpa
YIELD beans Keyesport, IL (southern)
60 bu/ace avg Keyesport IL
I don’t know what my aph is-but usually we go 40-45
YIELD corn central MN Fairfax
140 BPA (175-180 Average)
YIELD beans Spink County, SD
Soybeans :46 bpa
. 39 APH
YIELD corn/beans Pittsboro IN
135 acres yielded 212.3 dry hauled to town (had excessive water damage in June )
21 acres yielded 248.6 dry hauled to town.
Corn APH is 178
Beans still running in mid to upper 70s
Bean APH is 67
YIELD corn/beans Kendall Co IL
Illinois, we have only harvested in Kendall county so far but our beans have ranged from 60-77 aph of 55.
The corn we have done so far has been good 208-240 but not nearly as good as last year.
Our average yields here are around 185.
YIELD corn/beans North central Iowa
Average bean crop of 54bpa.
Half done with corn so far 185 average. 10 year average of 191.
YIELD corn — South west Minnesota
300 acres averaged 155 bpa, lowest yield in over 10 years.
Too wet early, too dry later before too wet again, hail and frost.
YIELD beans northern IL (Belvidere)
SOYBEANS NEAR BELVIDERE IL
200 ACRES WENT 72 BPA
YIELD corn Somerville TN
Somerville, TN (35 miles outside Memphis)
861 acres of corn
(Approx. 350 of it irrigated)
Full farm average of 207 bushels per acre
Typical would be 155 bpa if you include irrigated.
YIELD c/b Lee & DeKalb Cos, northern IL
Beans- Lee County
193.6 acres 68.68 bpa
117.1 acres 68.50 bpa
115.3 acres 73.20 bpa
Average in 2013 was 71 bpa. APH is 63 bpa
Beans- DeKalb county
117.9 acres 76.12 bpa
Corn- Lee County
78.9 acres 235.70 bpa
159.6 acres 220.34 bpa
Average in 2013 was 231 bpa. APH is 217.
YIELD c/b Freeborn & Faribault Cos MN (southern)
eastern Freeborn county, mn
1000 acres corn so far, 194 b.p.a
Beans 57 bpa on 1100 acres
Faribault county Mn
beans averaged 51 bpa
YIELD corn LaSalle Co IL (northern)
Yield 199.4 bpa dry
Harvested at 19 moisture
2nd year corn
Last year 238 bpa dry
Not sure why the difference this year but thinking too much June rain, drier weather in July, and last year corn followed beans and specialty crops so the soil was well “rested”
YIELD beans eastern NE (near Omaha)
30 miles west of Omaha NE
dry land beans yielded 58 bu/A which is a new record.
Previous record was 53 and average is 47.
YIELD corn Iowa
(general comment from large regional player with many statewide locations)
Western Iowa is good – 210 -220.
Southern Iowa great – 220+
Northern Iowa is not good. Worse than years past. 170 or 180 tops.
Data Source: Locust Hill Trading Co.