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The nation’s corn crop is holding steady at 60% good to excellent, a positive shift from the previous two weeks, according to USDA’s recent Crop Progress Report. Soybeans came in at 56% good to excellent, on par with the last report. However, both ratings are the third lowest in the last 12 years. Most states are holding steady while Minnesota and the Dakota’s corn and soybean crop remain poorly rated, largely due to continued drought concerns. Read crop conditions and estimates by state.


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