Minnesota farmers are nearing the end of the corn and sunflower harvests, but last week’s snowstorm halted the harvest for some farmers.
Minnesota farmers have nearly finished their corn harvest despite cold temperatures and snow over the past week.
The pace of Minnesota’s corn harvest remains ahead of normal, thanks to the dry weather.
In its weekly crop report, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Monday that Minnesota’s corn harvest is 94 percent complete, remaining a week ahead of normal.
New estimates show the cold, wet spring and a summer drought failed to put a big dent in Minnesota’s corn harvest. The U.S. Department of Agriculture projects Minnesota’s corn production this year at 1.33 billion bushels. That’s down just 3 percent from last year’s record harvest.