USDA anticipates Iowa’s lowest corn yield since 2014
BPC Staff Nov 11, 2020 | 10:09 pm
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KCCI-TV: Iowa farmers continue to harvest the last of 2020’s corn and soybean crops, but a report indicates they will not get as much out of their fields as in years past. According to the U.S. Agriculture Department, Iowa farmers are expected to get only 184 bushels of corn per acre this harvest, the state’s lowest yield since 2014. The department said soybean farmers are harvesting an average of 54 bushels an acre — one bushel an acre lower than in 2019.
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