2022 Corn and Soybean Harvest Report

11/09/2022

The USDA Crop Progress Report released on November 14th documented continued progress in harvesting both soybean and corn crops as the season winds down.

 

Corn is 8 percent ahead of the 4-year average having advanced 6 percent during the past week. The harvest in 2022 is three percent ahead of the corresponding week in 2021.

 

The soybean harvest advanced 2 percent to 96 percent, 5 percent ahead of both the 4-year average and the corresponding week in 2021.

 

EGG-NEWS will report on the progress of the two major crops as monitored by the USDA through the remainder of November.           

 

Crop

October 16th

October 23rd

4-Year Average

Corn Dented (%)

Corn Mature (%)

Corn Harvested (%)

100

100

  87

100

100

   93       

100           

100

   85

Soybeans Setting Pods (%)

Soybeans Dropping Leaves (%)

Soybeans Harvested (%)

100

100

  94       

100

100

  96

100

100

  91

The November 9th WASDE #630 estimated the average U.S corn yield at 172.3 bushels per acre (176.7 bushels per acre in 2021) with a 2022 harvest of 13,930 million bushels. The soybean yield was projected at 50.2 bushels per acre (51.7 bushels per acre in 2021) with a 2022 harvest of 4,346 million bushels.

 

The November WASDE #630 is retrievable under the STATISTICS Tab.


































































































































































































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