June 21, 2019
Rain slowed HRW harvest progress and sampling north of Texas, with no new data to share; crop conditions appear better in western HRW growing areas. SRW harvest is more than 50% complete in the South, but delayed by rain north of the Ohio River; 50 new samples show 9.7% protein (12% MB) with 311 seconds falling number. The HRS crop has started to head and is rated in better condition in South Dakota than in drier northern North Dakota. In spite of heat and areas of drought, the SW winter crop remains mostly in good to excellent condition. The northern durum crop is nearly all emerged and remains in good to excellent condition, with rain needed in some areas.
This Week’s #WheatHarvest19 Round-Up
“Did a little #wheatharvest19 video of us. Tried to keep it somewhat short, yet entertaining.” via @Kimbrellfarms06 in Texas
Harvest is under way for some of our customers down south. Take a ride with our very own Dave Thiessen as he follows #Harvest19 from Oklahoma to Kansas. #PLPCustomers #DeliveringTheRightSolution #HarvestUpdate #WheatHarvest19″
via @PrairieLandJD in Oklahoma
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Source: U.S. Wheat Associates