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Last years crops

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mudcreek183

01-05-2013 13:28:44
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Now that all the harvesting is done how did everybodys crops do this year here in Tennessee the corn ran from 0 to 80 at best beans did 35 to75.




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Huskers86

01-08-2013 18:52:42
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
Here in s.c. Nebraska dryland corn was 15bpa on high ground and up to 221bpa on low, irrigated corn went 236bpa, and beans were anywhere from 15bpa to 96 bpa depending on how much moisture.



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ihman73

01-06-2013 21:48:28
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
Here in SWIL just north of St. Louis 20-70 bu. corn and 40-50 bu. beans. We have mostly light rolling ground that averages 120-140 corn and 45 beans. Oddly enough the clay knobs turned out better than the flatter areas on top that usually carries the fields.



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Fixerupper

01-06-2013 16:43:49
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
Here in my neighborhood in NWIA my corn averaged 153. The low was 139 the high was 180. East of me a few miles the corn was 200. A neighbor to the west had 7 bushel corn. My beans averaged 42. Some beans in the area did 60. One of my bean fields that was a little sandy and was hit by hail did 25. Jim



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AJB-830

01-06-2013 13:05:14
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
Here in NE Wis. near Green Bay, we had the best crops ever. My winter wheat was 113, my oats was 102 and a 10 acre corn patch made 220. I don't plant beans but some neighbors had up to 60 bushels. But about 50 miles in any direction the drought took a toll on crops. We had several timely rains in this area. Al



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Tech 7

01-06-2013 12:54:47
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
In about a 15-20 mile radies of here (soutwestern Ontario) wheat went in the 80-90 bu./ac,beans 40-60 bu/ac corn 200+ bu/ac higher than average for wheat,phenomenal for beans and corn. Of course it rained about every four days it seemed. 25 miles from here was a whole other story with corn in some places hard pressed to make 30 bu. I think I will quit cropping now as everyhing else will be a dissapointment!

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1206SWMO

01-06-2013 11:33:40
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
My renters reported the following..

Wheat=62-65 bpa
Corn=15-52 bpa
Soybeans= 15-22 bpa.

Everyone has survived the 2011-2012 droughts OK because we had some pretty good years from 2004-2010...It brought the proven yields way up so crop insurance payments have been good..



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Erik Ks farmer

01-06-2013 06:38:14
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
NE Ks, Corn 8-53 and beans 14-35. Averaged 29 bpa Corn and 26bpa beans.



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IaGary

01-06-2013 05:39:21
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
Here NW of Iowa City Iowa my corn averaged 96 and the beans 42. Low field of corn made 20,top made 145.

About a 50% crop of corn and 70% of normal on the beans.

Yes I had an insurance claim. First time in my life.

Gary



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OliverguyThat

01-05-2013 18:38:49
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
Had corn from 225 in low ground that is usually too wet, down to 15bpa. You don't feel like your accomplishing anything at 15. My late planted full season beans were the best at 55, they caught the late rain when it finally came. Oh by the way I told everyone in late july those same beans would be my worst beans, they looked like dried up junk. Always goes to show Mother Nature holds all the cards. Best thing I ever did was up my crop insurance 10% more for 2012.

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Nathaniel Watts

01-05-2013 18:24:02
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
Our corn average was 50-80. Beans 10-50 just depended on the soil. 2 weeks of 100+ degree with no water for 7 weeks started the middle of June and hurt us bad. Replanted beans did the best. Central NC



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560farm

01-05-2013 17:13:20
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
In NEIL, had some corn that was 108, some 67, and the lowest was 62, all out of the field at 13-15% moisture. Worst beans I can remember since about '88 & '91 made 32bpa. Corn normally avgs around 170 and beans in low 60s consistently. Excellent stands just no water.



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Bob Bancroft

01-05-2013 16:13:16
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
Here in central NY it seemed hot and dry, but not like last year, when rain turned off JUN 26- JUL 26, and it was hot! Corn 160-165 bu. But came out of the field earlier and dryer than ever. (We had a record early spring). Oats were very good, again, as you might imagine with a record early spring. Wheat was so-so. After our record early, dry start, we got 2.25" water Apr 21-23, almost half of it coming as heavy wet snow. That came on growing wheat, and always stunts it. 1/4 of the corn was planted. I could have planted more, but didn't dare. And it was a good thing. We couldn't get on the ground for three weeks. When I finished planting corn, I went backed and planted in some drowned spots. The ground smelled! But the corn grew!

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4020guy

01-05-2013 15:55:50
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
Corn about 40bu/acre. Soys about 8to9bu/acre. 50 miles west of Ottawa Canada. Not fun....Ron



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ReedA

01-05-2013 15:23:27
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
South central MN here too, it really depended on rain. On my small corn and bean test plots corn was 203 and beans were 65. 10 miles north from my house our beans just made 50.



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rufus80

01-05-2013 15:10:32
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
NE Indiana corn 170bpa beans 62bpa



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rufus80

01-05-2013 17:29:57
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to rufus80, 01-05-2013 15:10:32  
I should also mention that the corn was conventional non-gmo, don't need that high dollar stuff to have good crops.



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cydectin

01-05-2013 15:03:07
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
Corn 110 and beans 40. There was many days through the summer I thought we would end up with only half of these yields but we caught a couple of small rains in a very small area that made the difference. Less than 1 mile in any direction did not get the two small rains. I feel very fortunate we got what we did.



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cydectin

01-05-2013 15:04:19
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to cydectin, 01-05-2013 15:03:07  
Forgot to say NEMO as location.



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big orange

01-05-2013 14:49:55
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
East Central Iowa , corn was 63 bpa, beans were 36bpa.



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JMS/.MN

01-05-2013 14:43:38
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
HR NW of MPLS..clay soil..my beans made 49 bpa. Not bad as drouthy as it was since mid summer. We were dry a year ago, but got good recharge Spring thru June. Then someone shut off the spigot. Got .4 first week of August, nice boost.



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flying belgian

01-05-2013 13:53:58
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to mudcreek183, 01-05-2013 13:28:44  
South central Mn. Corn 165/acre, beans 43/acre



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Paul

01-05-2013 23:29:15
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 Re: Last years crops in reply to flying belgian, 01-05-2013 13:53:58  
'Bout the same, yield and location.

Better than 2011.

Paul



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