Corn harvest pushes halfway mark in Michigan

Warm, dry weather helped move Michigan’s harvest pace despite moisture in corn still above the five-year average.

The USDA says corn is now 52 percent harvested for grain and soybeans are 83 percent complete.

Sugarbeets are 92 percent harvest, surprisingly ahead of last year and the five-year average pace. 

Winter wheat is 92 percent planted, 76 percent emerged, and rated 43 percent good to excellent.

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