Condition Update: Illinois farmers couldn’t have asked for better recent harvest weather
The Eastern Corn Belt to the Southeast will start to cool down to near-normal temperatures, which is according to the National Weather Service. It is a change to the summer-like temperatures that farmers in central Illinois have experienced this fall.
AgMarket Consultant’s Betsy Jibben reports on conditions and harvest pace in that area.
Snodgrass says growers in the Eastern Corn Belt should be relatively pleased with near-normal temperatures on the horizon, with plenty of opportunities to continue a quick harvest pace and complete fall applications.