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US winter wheat harvest progress for major growing states, June 16

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Agrimoney crunches weekly USDA winter wheat harvest progress data for the week to Sunday.

 

A breakdown of the previous week’s report is available by clicking here.

 

US winter wheat harvest progress, June 16
Plantings completed
Change on week
Change on year
Difference from 5-year average
Arkansas 59% +32 -24 -1
California 40% +40 +2 -4
Colorado - - - -
Idaho - - - -
Illinois 6% +6 -20 -15
Indiana 4% +4 -1 -4
Kansas 1% +1 -19 -11
Michigan - - - -
Missouri 11% +11 -28 -15
Montana - - - -
Nebraska - - - -
North Carolina 44% +13 -6 -1
Ohio - - - -1
Oklahoma 16% +12 -54 -40
Oregon - - - -
South Dakota - - - -
Texas 42% +15 -22 -14
Washington - - - -
National reading 8% +4 -17 -12
Sources: USDA, Agrimoney. All data in percentage points except plantings completed readings, give in percentages

 

Investors expected a 14% harvest progress figure, according to a Reuters poll.

 

 

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