Home > News > U.S. Corn Crop Conditions Drop, Soybean Conditions Inch Higher

As of Monday, the U.S. corn crop was rated 59% good to excellent, compared to 60% one week ago, according to the latest USDA Crop Progress Report. While the condition dropped, country-wide progress remains at or ahead of last year. Meanwhile, soybeans climbed 1% higher to 57% rated good to excellent and are progressing up to 3% faster compared to the 5-year average. USDA also rated the U.S. spring wheat crop as 95% harvested compared to an 83% five-year average. Read more on progress, conditions for corn, soybeans and wheat.


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