With most of the state’s corn harvest now complete, University of Minnesota Extension corn agronomist Jeff Coulter says things were mostly smooth for Minnesota corn growers:
“I thought it went very well. We had good yields, better than expected in a lot of the state. Moisture levels weren’t super high, we were able to get a lot of the field work done, although we had some snow which caused some challenges and stuff, but for the most part, things progressed pretty nicely.”
The U-S-D-A estimates 99-percent of the state’s corn crop is now in the bin.