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Anyone started grain corn? How is the moisture, yields and test weights?

Just wondering how everyone is doing....

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Startet on Field with 32--34 % on field 24% yesterdaybut yield is down looks like Grade 2 on the 24% the 32% looks like it will be Grade 3 yieldmonitor tells as low as 80 as high as 200 Bu all corn is 2400 to 2650 Heat Unit
Is the nice weather helping dry down the corn out there?

How is the quality?

Thanks for your comments.

Moe
Moe Agostino said:
Is the nice weather helping dry down the corn out there?

How is the quality?

Thanks for your comments.

Moe
yes it is mitchell area finished corn nov 13 25-26% 170bu dry
Corn continues to come off in Ontario -- see what it looks like in this From the Field update - http://bit.ly/ICgLl

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