Corn harvest crept forward to 15% done and the soybean harvest inched up to 10% done as of Sunday, both of which were behind last year and the five-year averages, USDA said on Monday.
Rain in Iowa was the biggest culprit to harvest progress as the state had downpours from southeast areas of the state to the northeast, which limited days suitable for fieldwork to 3.6. Other states fared bette
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