Special Report

Missouri corn replanting necessary

Replanting some of the already planted Missouri corn will be necessary due to the excessive amount of rainfall within the past few weeks.

Corn planting is stalled at 32 percent, 14 days behind last year and two weeks behind normal. There is some backwater flooding in the Northeast part of the state.

Winter wheat condition is 46 percent good to excellent. Soybean planting has begun in the north part of Missouri and sorghum planting is at one percent complete. That’s 20 days behind average.

Pasture conditions in the state is 58 percent good to excellent. Hay supply in the state is 98 percent adequate to surplus.

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