Hard red winter wheat harvest continued at a rapid pace this week in the central United States and is starting to wind down in most areas south of South Dakota which is now 51% complete, according to the latest report from Plains Grains Inc.
South Dakota continues to report exceptionally good yields, high test weights and high protein, a very unusual combination, having all 3 high within the same crop.
Colorado (99%) and Nebraska (89%) will be wrapping up harvest in the next few days with mainly irrigated fields left to be cut. Wyoming is (81%) harvested and is winding down.
Like Colorado and Nebraska, Wyoming has mainly irrigated fields left to be harvested.
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