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Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Wed Nov 13, 2013 06:02 AM CST

Following is a rundown on corn moisture levels as we get into the latter stage of harvest. There are some issues for producers to keep grain in condition through the winter.--Bryce

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Wisconsin - Corn moisture content reportedly ranged from the mid-20s to the upper 30s across most of the state.

Nebraska - Grain moisture continued to remain above safe storage levels in a number of counties, which also slowed the move to harvest completion. Most of the remaining unharvested corn acres were in the northern districts.

Ohio - Corn was 77% harvested, ahead of the average of 70%. ...

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