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US winter wheat condition ratings, May 17


Agrimoney shows weekly USDA US winter wheat condition ratings as of Sunday.


The USDA figure was below the 53% number that, according to a Reuters poll, investors had expected.


The previous week’s data are available by clicking here.


US winter wheat condition, May 17

Rating Change on week
Arkansas 39% -13
California 65% 0
Colorado 28% -7
Idaho 71% +6
Illinois 63% -2
Indiana 64% -2
Kansas 40% +2
Michigan 61% +2
Missouri 49% -2
Montana 72% +8
Nebraska 67% 0
North Carolina 75% +2
Ohio 71% -1
Oklahoma 53% -3
Oregon 53% +9
South Dakota 79% +1
Texas 46% -5
Washington 83% +5
National rating 52% -1
Ratings show percentage of crop rated "good" or "excellent". Change on week in percentage points




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