DTN’s Digital Yield Tour day 4 results

Day four of DTN’s Digital Yield Tour showed the possibility of a record corn crop in Kansas.

The tour uses tools like satellites and shows an estimated 150.7 bushels per acre, surging past the five-year average of 130.

It is a different story in Missouri, though. Its corn yield forecast is at 150.1 bushels per acre, which is five percent below the five-year average.

Soybeans are closer to average in both states with Kansas estimated at 39 bushels per acre and Missouri at 48.4.

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