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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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Dan_Foster_ profile

Dan_Foster_ PS1670NR2 #soybeans coming off North of Parkhill. Yielding 60bu average. #harvest11 #ontag

Crop_Service profile

Crop_Service Another beauty day in the Bruce!!! Beans coming off, wheat going in and I'm spraying. Soy yields from low 30's to mid 40's

thirlwall profile

thirlwall soybean harvest starting near Melbourne and Glencoe. Beans are drier than expected. good to see high 40s and mid 50s to start the season!


Cropper01 profile

Cropper01 Day 3 of soybean harvest yields are still hanging in the low 50' s http://t.co/xhT7nqLZ


PalmerstonGrain profile

PalmerstonGrain Bean harvest has arrived http://t.co/kAhVsdmw


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Ken_Currah Brad Hallock weighing off some PS 0650R2 soybeans at Thamesford. Nice yield! http://t.co/QhZt2I0q

waynekblack 4:06pm via Twitter for iPad

Another load of #soybeans delivered. 11.4% moisture & 60.5 lb/bu. Nice. #Ontag #farm #agchat

 

 

waynekblack6:28am via Twitter for iPad

Up and at it for another day of #Soybean#harvest11. First job - unload the loads from last night. #roadtrip #Ontag#ThanksgivingTweet

cropwiz profile

cropwiz Started soys yesterday. Yields are much better than we expected. Don't know where it from. I guess rains came just in time. Happy Thnxgiving

ChuckBaresich profile

ChuckBaresich All beans under 11% now. Most yields running 45 plus upwards to 60bu

jersegeren profile

jersegeren HS24RY05 - 60 plus bushels in sombra area, great yields everywhere, safe harvest everyone!

55ish so far, Country Farm CF905R, 11% moisture. May start corn tomorrow as well, got some down to 21%

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