Corn CCI rating drops, soybeans start below average

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When USDA's weekly condition ratings are plugged into the weighted Pro Farmer Crop Condition Index (CCI; 0 to 500-point scale, with 500 representing perfect), the corn crop dropped 6.2 points to 381.8 points. The CCI rating was still 4.7 points above the five-year average for the first week of June.

USDA’s initial soybean crop ratings equated to a CCI reading of 366.8, which is 7.4 points below last year and 5.5 points under the five-year average for the first week of June.

 

Pro Farmer Crop Condition Index for Corn

 

This Week

Last week

Year-ago

Colorado (1.17%*)

3.92

4.08

4.06

Illinois (14.81%)

57.50

57.50

54.06

Indiana (6.37%)

24.60

24.79

23.52

Iowa (18.03%)

68.29

69.86

71.94

Kansas (4.99%)

19.92

19.61

17.88

Kentucky (1.58%)

6.68

6.66

6.18

Michigan (1.95%)

7.07

7.31

7.18

Minnesota (9.62%)

36.46

37.32

38.86

Missouri (3.48%)

12.38

12.56

12.58

Nebraska (12.32%)

51.39

52.16

49.53

North Carolina (0.74%)

2.78

2.57

2.59

North Dakota (3.17%)

8.47

8.89

12.12

Ohio (3.74%)

14.80

14.64

13.59

Pennsylvania (1.02%)

3.85

4.01

4.19

South Dakota (4.88%)

16.11

18.07

19.13

Tennessee (0.93%)

3.88

3.81

3.55

Texas (1.85%)

6.81

6.66

7.08

Wisconsin (3.53%)

13.97

14.14

14.69

Corn total

381.79

387.94

385.09

 

* denotes percentage of total national corn crop production.

                                                            

Pro Farmer Crop Condition Index for Soybeans

 

This Week

Last week

Year-ago

Arkansas (3.78%*)

13.70

NA

14.09

Illinois (14.61%)

57.03

NA

53.61

Indiana (7.56%)

29.58

NA

28.03

Iowa (13.06%)

48.87

NA

51.57

Kansas (4.68%)

17.19

NA

17.25

Kentucky (2.25%)

9.00

NA

8.64

Louisiana (1.37%)

4.72

NA

5.27

Michigan (2.24%)

8.39

NA

8.32

Minnesota (8.53%)

32.54

NA

34.44

Mississippi (2.24%)

9.27

NA

8.16

Missouri (6.29%)

23.06

NA

22.28

Nebraska (7.53%)

29.91

NA

29.81

North Carolina (1.39%)

4.97

NA

5.14

North Dakota (5.30%)

14.17

NA

20.19

Ohio (5.99%)

23.50

NA

21.79

South Dakota (5.15%)

17.18

NA

20.29

Tennessee (1.80%)

1.00

NA

1.00

Wisconsin (2.31%)

8.88

NA

9.56

Soybean total

366.83

NA

374.22


* denotes percentage of total national soybean production.

 

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