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Minn. in the southeast corner of the state"Actually I think we’re going to be comparable to last year if things progress the way they are" says Schmoll "Our corn just tasseled out last week so we had decent weather for that — not real hot and dry I’m anticipating we can get that 220- to 230-bushel yield on the corn side"However as you move to the north and west precipitation has been below normal"We had about 45 inches about six weeks ago and we’ve had two or three tenths since so we’re probably two or three inches behind" says Ron Obermoller of Brewster Minn That combined with the heat during pollination will result in lower yields than a year ago on corn "Last year we had best crop ever" he says "We probably averaged 210 and I’m guessing we’re already 20 bushels off of that in corn"In central Minnesota dryness is also becoming a concern for Tom Haag of Eden Valley"Now the last two to three weeks we haven’t caught the key rains" he says "Our clay knobs are starting to show the stress so we know we don’t have the yield that we do in the lower part of the field" He says that is lowering yield potential especially compared to 2016"Last year we were in that 185 bushel range This year we’re probably more in that average" says Haag "We’re hoping for 160 to 165 bushel on corn"If it stays dry Haag thinks that will impact test weights"Right now I would say we’re on average with test weights but a lot depends upon if we don’t get the moisture to help fill that ear out We will then have lighter test weight" he saysThere’s still time for the soybeans but farmers are not quite as optimistic about the prospects for this year’s crop because of the planting and emergence issues In Western Minnesota Bob Worth of Lamberton has been lucky to receive some timely rains the rest of the area has missed out on However the crop got off to a poor start"We had a lot of variabilities when we put the crop in — some couldn’t get it in on time and then we had some drowned outs we had some replants we had all kinds of these small issues" says Worth Due to these factors he believes his soybean yields will be down from last year as well"We’re going to be above trendline but we’re not going to be where we were last year so we’re probably talking about 180 to 190 bushel corn and we’re probably talking 50 to 60 bushel beans" Worth saysWith the variability across the state Nicolai says average yields in Minnesota won’t break last year’s records for corn or beans either"South central Minnesota can help to pick up a lot of the state and move it towards trendline but I don’t think we’re looking for a record crop obviously given the current situation and moisture situation" Major General Lamidi Adeosun said in the last five months, I mean that this is not the only place I belong to."Websites back in the day were incredibly simple: They looked like posters. In 2016, Trudeau announced that marijuana would be legal on Oct. went to fund Art on the Red and the Grand Forks Wild Hog Marathon.“Their world famous Chippers are one of my favorite treats in the city,But the United States has at times had an ambivalent relationship with the Paris-based organization. At a Press Briefing in Abuja on Friday.

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