Spring wheat CCI rating continues to plunge

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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 inched 0.4 point higher to 367.4 points. For the beginning of July, the corn CCI rating is 7.5 points below the five-year average. The soybean crop dropped 2.4 points over the past week to 351.9 points. The soybean CCI rating is 9.2 points below average for the first week of July.

The spring wheat CCI plunged another 15.8 points over the past week, led by a nearly 12-point decline in the Montana crop, to 253.6 points. That’s now 108.3 points below the five-year average for this date.

 

Pro Farmer Crop Condition Index for Corn

 

This Week

Last week

Year-ago

Colorado (1.17%*)

4.28

4.34

4.00

Illinois (14.81%)

55.43

55.72

53.91

Indiana (6.37%)

24.73

24.66

22.69

Iowa (18.03%)

63.04

63.04

72.49

Kansas (4.99%)

19.92

19.40

17.23

Kentucky (1.58%)

6.59

6.61

6.29

Michigan (1.95%)

7.43

7.33

6.81

Minnesota (9.62%)

31.36

32.13

39.24

Missouri (3.48%)

12.49

12.52

13.07

Nebraska (12.32%)

51.65

51.14

47.93

North Carolina (0.74%)

2.90

2.77

2.88

North Dakota (3.17%)

7.95

8.29

11.96

Ohio (3.74%)

14.83

14.45

12.95

Pennsylvania (1.02%)

4.06

3.97

3.98

South Dakota (4.88%)

14.35

14.50

19.28

Tennessee (0.93%)

3.94

3.93

3.61

Texas (1.85%)

6.49

6.64

6.51

Wisconsin (3.53%)

13.89

13.50

14.33

Corn total

367.36

366.96

381.30

 

* denotes percentage of total national corn crop production.

                                                            

Pro Farmer Crop Condition Index for Soybeans

 

This Week

Last week

Year-ago

Arkansas (3.78%*)

13.31

13.28

14.43

Illinois (14.61%)

54.64

55.84

53.76

Indiana (7.56%)

29.03

29.11

27.13

Iowa (13.06%)

45.56

45.68

52.09

Kansas (4.68%)

17.57

17.09

16.50

Kentucky (2.25%)

8.81

8.86

8.64

Louisiana (1.37%)

4.85

4.83

5.39

Michigan (2.24%)

8.51

8.44

7.98

Minnesota (8.53%)

28.19

28.62

34.10

Mississippi (2.24%)

8.97

9.11

8.05

Missouri (6.29%)

22.48

22.87

22.91

Nebraska (7.53%)

29.61

29.61

29.36

North Carolina (1.39%)

5.12

4.91

5.18

North Dakota (5.30%)

13.33

14.17

19.77

Ohio (5.99%)

23.88

23.32

21.08

South Dakota (5.15%)

14.77

15.33

20.14

Tennessee (1.80%)

1.00

1.00

1.00

Wisconsin (2.31%)

8.95

8.78

9.42

Soybean total

351.89

354.26

371.59


* denotes percentage of total national soybean production.

 

Pro Farmer Crop Condition Index for HRS Wheat

 

This Week

Last week

Year-ago

Idaho (7.15%*)

21.86

22.36

27.81

Minnesota (15.18%)

41.99

39.64

57.37

Montana (15.24%)

41.41

53.03

60.36

North Dakota (51.78%)

124.54

129.54

184.33

South Dakota (5.39%)

12.97

13.72

19.90

Washington (4.49%)

9.99

10.23

18.41

HRS total

253.64

269.46

371.04

 

* denotes percentage of total national HRS crop production.

 

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