Nebraska Wheat Harvest Nearly Complete in Fairly Dry Conditions

The Nebraska wheat harvest is all but wrapped up throughout the state, according to the latest USDA Crop Progress Report for the week ending July 27.

The data shows harvest is significantly ahead of 2019 and also besting the five-year average.

Hard red winter wheat harvest in the Southwest corner of the state still had about 30 percent left to be cut. The Northern and Southern Panhandles are almost complete, and South Central and Southeast areas are 100 percent complete.

Yields in the Northern and Southern Panhandles have been reported average to below average. In the Southwest, Yield is low to mid-20s, but test weights have been good, and protein "excellent."

To read the full report,click here.

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