Rock and Roll Agronomy crop consultant Jason Hanson says the corn harvest was going full throttle before the weather slowed combines. “Corn is probably 40 percent complete around me.” Hanson reports that corn yields in northern North Dakota have been below average due to drought. “I’ve heard corn yields from 90-to-105 bushels and soybeans range from 30-to-35 if you had moisture, down to ten (bushels per acre) if you didn’t.”
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