NEWS
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Sep 25, 2014 10:44 AM CDT

Combining operations are well behind the five-year average across the Canadian Prairies due to a combination of a late start to planting and maturing crops as well as the period of cold, wet weather earlier in September. Compared to 2013 when nearly superb conditions prevailed, harvest is far behind schedule.

Fortunately the weather has shown great improvement during the past week or a little more with mostly dry weather and very warm weather gracing the region. Some record high temperatures have even dotted the landscape during the past few days. This is good news since many crops are late in ...

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