Crop Progress Updates

97% of Nebraska’s Corn Crop is Planted

For the week ending May 25, 2014, precipitation across the Panhandle and drought-stricken southwestern counties was received early in the week with an inch or … Read More »

Storms Strike Eastern Nebraska

For the week ending May 11th most of Nebraska received precipitation, with amounts varying widely across the state. Localized areas of heavy rain and thunderstorms … Read More »

Rain Continues to Slow Planting

For the week ending in April 27, 2014 corn planting picked up momentum but was then limited again by mid-week rain across much of the … Read More »

Snow Already Falling in Nebraska

For the week ending November 10th, snow fell in some western counties and rain fell in the eastern part of the state, limiting harvest progress. Grain moisture … Read More »

Harvest Continues…Slow and Steady

For the week ending on October 27, 2013 the state welcomed drier weather. Farmers were busy in the fields harvesting corn and soybeans. Even with … Read More »

Wet Week

Due to the continued Federal government shut down we can not provide you with an official crop progress report from USDA. However, in our best … Read More »

Warm and Windy Start to Harvest

For the week ending September 29, 2013 warm, and windy conditions were again experienced. Rainfall also occurred across most of the panhandle and central Nebraska … Read More »

Temperatures Still Above Normal

For the fourth week in a row temperatures averaged above normal. Rainfall was expected across most of the state but came to late to boost … Read More »

Why So Hot?

For the week ending September 1st, temperatures were well above normal combined with limited rainfall. This further reduced soil moisture supplies and stressed dryland crops. … Read More »

Another Week of Cool Temperatures

For the week ending August 18, 2013 most of Nebraska saw cool temperatures. Crop reports indicated that in many areas of the state warmers temperatures … Read More »

A Cold and Wet Start to August

A large portion of the state received an inch or more of rain this last week and with this rain came unseasonably low temperatures. Portions … Read More »

Soil Moisture Continues to Decrease

Yet another week with low precipitation levels stressed dryland corn and forced irrigation to be taking place statewide. USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service reported pockets … Read More »

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