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Greg D. Horstmeier DTN Editor-in-Chief
Fri Jul 25, 2014 01:07 PM CDT

While soybeans in many areas remain on the "iffy" side, there's no doubt that for much of the Midwest and central-west production areas, the corn crop is in as good a shape as we've seen in recent seasons. Concerns now are jumping ahead to harvest and the looming collision course of plentiful bushels, conditions leading to delayed dry-down and limited propane supplies due to transportation issues. Add some lingering 2013 crop in some bins, and it's certainly not too early to think about what harvest could be like.

Our ag meteorological team, led by Bryce Anderson, is continuing to see ...

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