USDA Weekly Crop Progress Report (Oct. 26): Condition of Winter Wheat Not as Good as Last Year's Crop

Forty-one percent of winter wheat in 18 selected states was in good or excellent condition for the week ending Oct. 25, compared to 56% good/excellent for the crop at this point one year ago.

Eighty-five percent of winter wheat was planted, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Crop Progress Report, and 62% had emerged.

As for soybeans and corn, 83% of soybeans in 18 selected states had been harvested, and 72% of corn had.

The harvest of both was running well ahead of recent averages.

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