Tuesday, November 29, 2022

MT Winter, ND Spring Wheat Harvest Makes Moves

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As we look to the most recent crop progress reports for our region from the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, we get proof that the winter wheat harvest has moved its way to the north. 

As of Sunday, Montana is now 13{4d08edaf359bc2115b18a651716ebd427a137946ddca2143fa23b3ea721061e4} complete with that harvest, up from last week’s 3{4d08edaf359bc2115b18a651716ebd427a137946ddca2143fa23b3ea721061e4} but well below the 5-year-average of 66{4d08edaf359bc2115b18a651716ebd427a137946ddca2143fa23b3ea721061e4}.  The Montana spring wheat harvest has now also begun at 6{4d08edaf359bc2115b18a651716ebd427a137946ddca2143fa23b3ea721061e4}.  Conditions are still looking great throughout the state. 

Looking to progress in Wyoming, 82{4d08edaf359bc2115b18a651716ebd427a137946ddca2143fa23b3ea721061e4} of the winter wheat harvest is done.  South Dakota is about done with winter wheat at 95{4d08edaf359bc2115b18a651716ebd427a137946ddca2143fa23b3ea721061e4} harvested and North Dakota’s spring wheat harvest is now 13{4d08edaf359bc2115b18a651716ebd427a137946ddca2143fa23b3ea721061e4} harvested, up from 1{4d08edaf359bc2115b18a651716ebd427a137946ddca2143fa23b3ea721061e4} last week. 


For a full report from your state, click on it’s outline below:

     

 

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Haylie Shipp

 

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