Moisture & Sunshine Maintain Great Wheat!


While conditions were varied over the past week, the most recent round of “Crop Weather” reports coming from the local USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service field offices showed good crop conditions as we look to our region’s wheat.

Winter wheat in Montana is rated 67{4d08edaf359bc2115b18a651716ebd427a137946ddca2143fa23b3ea721061e4} good-to-excellent.  That’s up from last week, last year, and the 5-year average.  Wyoming’s winter wheat condition was reported 89{4d08edaf359bc2115b18a651716ebd427a137946ddca2143fa23b3ea721061e4} good-to-excellent which, although slightly down from last year, is up from last week and the multi-year average.

South Dakota spring wheat conditions are rated 73{4d08edaf359bc2115b18a651716ebd427a137946ddca2143fa23b3ea721061e4} good to excellent and 88{4d08edaf359bc2115b18a651716ebd427a137946ddca2143fa23b3ea721061e4} of the North Dakota crop has that rating.

The range and pasture conditions are also looking great with 78{4d08edaf359bc2115b18a651716ebd427a137946ddca2143fa23b3ea721061e4} to 84{4d08edaf359bc2115b18a651716ebd427a137946ddca2143fa23b3ea721061e4} of this regions pastureland boasting that good-to-excellent rating.

Click on the state below for the full report:



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Haylie Shipp



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