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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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MitchellBranch profile

MitchellBranch Hoping to get rolling with Soybeans this week :)


DevinHomick profile

DevinHomick First load of soybeans since the rains just came into Delhi. Moisture was @ 15.3%.

AshDee_10 profile

AshDee_10 Maizex RR2 Titanium Soybeans running 67bpa @ 15% in Culloden today !!! @KDDempsey@d_mccolm #yabuddy #harvest11

ScoutingFields profile

ScoutingFields Soybean plots and sidexside's this afternoon in the Mt.Albert and Uxbridge area. Pleasantly surprised with yields. 50-63 bushels at 14-14.5%

AdrianVanDyk profile

AdrianVanDyk http://t.co/P7ydT8Wv Soys coming off east of Blenheim on the back ridge.


TVRSCIA profile

TVRSCIA Combining #soys in Drumbo. First load yesterday @ 13.5%. #ontag http://t.co/MfHeGB64

Cropper01 profile

Cropper01 Back at #soybean #harvest11 this morning moisture is 14 http://t.co/FdlyLHEJ

Dave_Curry profile

Dave_Curry Soybeans are starting to flow into the Harmony elevator. Moisture's are hovering around 13-14% so far.

HustonFarms profile

HustonFarms Finally began #harvest11 with soys here in sunny SW Ont. Chance to vote and combine all in the same day #sweet.

stacey_at_dfi profile

stacey_at_dfi We're getting close here in Dover. Soy harvest should begin by tomorrow afternoon #ontag #harvest11

BarlowFarms1843 profile

BarlowFarms1843 Started the combines up today in soys, ground not quite fit for wheat. Crappy yield but 12.5% moisture

Dan_Foster_ profile

Dan_Foster_ #harvest11 soybeans in Highgate #PRIDE PS2290NR2. Excellent yields. http://t.co/kX4Nlh62

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