AgUpdate - Weekly
Tuesday, October 19th, 2021

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Rainfall stalls harvest during the second week of October

North Dakota harvest was starting and stopping during the second week of October as more rain showers impacted the state. Rain from 0.5 inc… Read more

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Soybean prices slip slightly as harvest progresses

While soybean producers are making good headway with this year’s harvest – it was about 50 percent complete after the first full week in Oc… Read more

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Drought cuts canola crop to lowest in eight years

The USDA issued a crop production report on Oct. 12 that included first estimates of canola production and acreage for the 2021 growing sea… Read more

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Durum prices edge slightly higher in early October

With the 2021 northern U.S. durum harvest behind them, producers saw prices move slightly higher in the early days of October. Read more

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Sunflower prices remain strong as harvest continues

With sunflower producers making good headway in the 2021 sunflower harvest, prices have remained steady or have gone up slightly in the ear… Read more

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Wheat futures prices see slow, steady climb

Since the end of September and into the first couple weeks of October, spring wheat nearby futures prices for Minneapolis have slowly and s… Read more

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Corn harvest progresses ahead of average

Harvest of this year’s corn crop is progressing ahead of average and yields thus far have been a bit better than expected, especially given… Read more

The Week Ahead

Bismarck, ND
DayPrecipTemp
Cloudy nightTue
10%46° 33°
CloudyWed
15%46° 23°
Partly cloudyThu
6%50° 28°
Mostly clearFri
8%55° 31°
Cloudy nightSat
24%50° 37°
ThunderstormSun
35%50° 41°
Partly cloudyMon
8%60° 48°

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