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Field operations see modest progress Colorado

Modest progress in field operations during the week ending April 6 marked the trend as a result of below normal temperatures with scattered light precipitation reported along and East of th [Read More]

Warmer temps allow for some fieldwork Iowa

Warmer temperatures allowed some farmers to do fieldwork during the week ending April 6, 2014, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, Iowa Field Office, April 7. Statewide th [Read More]

Precipitation limited for most of state Kansas

For the week ending April 6, precipitation was limited except for a portion of eastern Kansas that received an inch or more of moisture, according to the National Agriculture Statistics S [Read More]

Weather delays beginning of fieldwork Minnesota

Snow cover across Minnesota during the week ending April 6 has delayed the beginning of field work, according the National Agricultural Statistics Service, Minnesota Field Office, April [Read More]

Precip provides little to no relief from dry conditions Nebraska

For the week ending April 6, precipitation in the form of snow and rain was light and averaged less than half an inch of moisture across most of Nebras [Read More]

Most topsoil moisture rated short or very short New Mexico

There were 5.3 days suitable for fieldwork during the week ending April 6, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, New Mexico Field Office, Apri [Read More]

No relief for small grains Oklahoma

Drought conditions persisted in the Panhandle during the week ending April 6, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, Oklahoma Field Office, April 7. Winter wheat progress continued to be [Read More]

Fieldwork slowly beginning South Dakota

For the week ending on April 6, producers in most areas of the state had not started fieldwork, however in some localities spring wheat seeding had begun, according to the National Agricultural Statist [Read More]

Mild temps recorded in most of state Texas

Mild temperatures reported throughout most of the state early in the week ending April 6, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, Texas Field Office, April 7. Towards the end [Read More]







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