USDA is forecasting an average corn yield of 108 bushels per acre for North Dakota, down 31 bushels from last year. Yields are expected to average 174 bushels per acre in Minnesota, which is eight bushels per acre higher than last year. South Dakota’s corn yield is projected to come in at 133 bushels per acre, down 29 bushels. For soybeans, USDA is forecasting the average yield at 25 bushels per acre. That’s down 8.5 bushels from one year ago. The average yield in Minnesota was put at 47 bushels per acre, up four bushels from last year. South Dakota’s average soybean yield is forecast at 38 bushels per acre, down 7.5 bushels per acre from one year ago.
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