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How is your corn harvesting progressing? Better than expected, worse, etc? Results and yields posted here.

How is your corn harvest progressing? How much do you still have to finish?

Please post your progress and yield information here to share with other farmers. Will will add the posts and pictures from Twitter that Ontario farmers are sending.

Thank you and good lulck with your harvest!

 

For soybean results click here.

 

For plot results visit the Farms.com Yield Data Centre at http://YieldData.Farms.com,

This site will be updated as soon as the results are sent in.

 

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ScoutingFields profile

ScoutingFields Customer at @ReesorElevators said a 30 ac field of N88 yielded 185 bpa at 23.5% across the scales. Beautiful grain quality.

ScoutingFields Another plot in North Humberland county off yesterday. P9855HR topped the plot at 240.8 bpa and 23.2%. Plot average 214 bpa.


mredmond08 profile

mredmond08 Great day for taking off a #corn plot http://t.co/6GkYkoSd

jersegeren profile

jersegeren Exciting yield report from Leamington, 8595, 229 busels/acre dry. Amazing yields every where!



John Greig
Corn coming off fast in Huron County. A mountain of it at Hensall District Co-op. 

 


ScoutingFields profile

ScoutingFields Most corn coming in today at the Elevator between 23-27%. Soybeans started at 20% & still 20% @ 5pm. http://t.co/aCPeTulj

steenholldairy profile

steenholldairy Combined some #corn at 225 bu/acre. At 27% moisture.#harvest11 #agchat

brigdencca profile

brigdencca Dekalb 52-59 planted May 10th north of Brigden averaging 218 dry bushels coming off the field at 18%

DonLunn profile

DonLunn Beans down to 13.8 into Alvinston. Corn plot averaged 197. Planted June 2. Who'd of thunk! 27.2 avg moisture though.

glannin profile

glannin Lots of corn off south Huron/Perth. Lot of it in the 200-225 range planted second week of May

Always interesting to read and hear the internet and coffee shop yield reports, the Ontario crop will likely average 150 or a little less yet its all 200 plus on here....we sure are not seeing those kinds of yields in the Hamilton area, we must be the only ones bringing down those big yields......or more likely the yield monitor yields are doing their usual inflation of what the scales say....
MrFarmerD profile
MrFarmerD Taking off our maizex plot God I love that corn

MrFarmerD 71.5 kg/hl test weight on maziex 3872cb 210 bu/ac works out to insane #syngenta #Corn

Jason_MacCuaig profile

Jason_MacCuaig Glengarry farmer planted DKC35-43 June 9th... 160 bu/ac, 21.0% moisture, 58 lbs/bu. Unreal!

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