Soy Crop Almost Fully Harvested

It's been a long haul but the 2019 American soybean crop is now almost fully out of the field.

An estimated 96% of the national crop was in the bin as of Sunday, according to Monday’s USDA crop progress report. That’s up 2 points on the week and trails the average by 3 points.

Among the states that still have a notable amount of crop in the field is Michigan, where the harvest advanced 5 points on the week to reach 85% complete as of Sunday, behind 97% on average. The North Carolina harvest was only 75% complete, up from 67% the previous week but close to the average of 77% done. Wisconsin was 86% done, compared to 99% on average.

All other states were at least 95% finished.

Source: DePutter Publishing Ltd.

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