MANHATTAN, Kan. — According to the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Kansas corn is over halfway harvested.

According to the Crop Progress and Condition Report, 62% of Kansas Corn has been harvested. This varies from region to region, as seen on the graph below with the Southeast region being the most complete at 89% and the Northwest region being the least at 36%.

At this time last year, Kansas Corn was 66% harvested. 73% of corn was harvested by this time when average over the last five years.

As for Winter Wheat, 77% has beenn planted and 49% has already emerged.

The NASS also noted that for soybeans, “Harvested was 32 percent, ahead of 22 last year, but behind 41 average.”

The full report can be viewed by clicking here.