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Soybean harvest in Ontario, some have started, have you? When will your fields be ready? Check out the results ...

There have been a few post on Twitter today - see below - on soybeans being harvested. Have you started? When will your fields be ready?

 

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ScoutingFields12:37pm via Twitter for BlackBerry®

Soy,White and Adzuki beans all being harvested on this beautiful fall Sept day in central On

 


Dan_Foster_ Soybeans planted after Wheat in Tecumseh. Looks like a 30 bushel crop!
#ontag
yfrog.com/ntv54xgj

 

 


AshDee_1012:08pm via Twitter for BlackBerry®

Maizex Titanium Soybeans coming off in Tillsonburg area !! Customer happy with yields so far :) 



You know ontario soy harvest is late when there is only 1 truck at jri's terminal to unload yfrog.com/nu36493766j

 


CharlesWert11:12pm via Twitter for BlackBerry®

91M01 73.68 bushels per acre!

 


nstirk3:13pm via web

Corn silage coming into full swing. Early soybean fields ready, majority will be 1-2 weeks. #Peel #Ontag

 


lolamayfarms3:28pm via Twitter for iPhone

@OntAg nothing happening in Brant. Few acres off. Avg yield so far. Hope to start this weekend

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d_mccolm RR2 Cobalts coming off at 59 bu in St-Marcel. Off to a great start to bean harvest!


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Fergus9 Dust is flying in Dundas Cty. PRIDE PS 0650R2 59.5 Bu/ac. http://t.co/FfhqDzwA

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denver679 Combine ready just waiting for rain to stop. Think 45/bpa is going to b good this year

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cropwiz Trying to beat the rain here with W. Bean harvest. Hope to get at least one field done. Some wheat going in around here also.

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SunderlandCoop Hoping to combine some soybean plots this week. Beans took on a lot of moisture over the weekend. Sun please come out!!

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