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Michigan’s Corn and Soybean Yields Expected to be ‘Surprisingly Good’ for Harvest

Photo: C.J. Miller / Michigan Ag Today.

According to the USDA, 66 percent of Michigan’s corn and soybean crops are rated in good-to-excellent condition as of Sunday, Sept. 4.

Tom Manney, technical agronomist with Specialty Hybrids, expects corn yields in Michigan to be “surprisingly good this fall.” He also says timely rains in August have been added to great-looking soybean crops across Michigan ahead of harvest.

Click BELOW to hear C.J. Miller’s FULL Podcast interview with Tom Manney with Specialty Hybrids as he discusses corn and soybean crop progress across Michigan and offers harvest preparation advice for Michigan farmers.

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Photo: C.J. Miller / Michigan Ag Today.