The U.S. soybean crop was 88 percent harvested as of Nov. 11, still behind the five-year average pace due to wet weather hampering harvest progress in several states. The crop in Arkansas, for example, was just 78 percent harvested, compared to the state’s five-year average of 93 percent, Kansas 74 percent vs. 90 percent, and Missouri 70 percent vs. 85 percent. The soybean harvests in top-producing states Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, and Nebraska, however, were all nearly complete.
Soybean harvest progress by season
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