NEWS
Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Oct 27, 2014 08:34 AM CDT

Last week only 31% (24 million acres) of corn and 53% (43 ma) of beans were harvested. It will be interesting to see if there was a sense of urgency to put corn and soybeans to bed this past week with good opportunities to do so. In a 150-mile road trip to northwest Illinois this weekend, I doubt if I saw five combines in the field Friday, and maybe seven to 10 on Saturday -- still a lot of corn and soybeans left in northern Illinois. We should be a minimum 45% complete in corn and 65% in soybeans in ...

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