The RealAg Crop Update: The 2013 Corn Harvest Drags On

Timing really is everything, especially in agriculture and especially when it comes to weather. Sunshine and rainfall amounts might pan out on paper but a late start to planting, 20 plus days of rain in October and extreme heat with no rain in August can really throw things for a loop. Enter a very frozen Ken Currah.

This episode of the RealAg Crop Update Ontario puts Ken, along with a number of other farmers in Ontario, in one of several very cold cornfields trying to finish up a harvest that just keeps dragging along. This week, Ken gives us a rundown on the overall yield and quality of the corn crop as well as a snapshot of the progress of corn and soybean producers who are still in the field.

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