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    Bean Yields/Iow*** Posted by: IA CORN FARMER on 9/22/2007 11:40:21 PM

    I am going to start on beans tomorrow. Wondering if we should separate yield returns by state on agweb. See we have one going for IL. This might allow us some insight. We can jump from state to state by threads. I will start Iowa on this thread for beans after doing a couple of farms.
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    ReplyReply Bean Yields Posted by: IA CORN FARMER on 9/27/2007 11:58:56 AM

    Finished 2 farms of beans. 54bu/acre, nothing to write home about. A little less than average for us. Located in NC Iowa.
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    ReplyReply bean yield Posted by: bob on 9/27/2007 1:26:50 PM

    25 to 35 bpa south of INDY
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    ReplyReply bean yield Posted by: zrw on 9/27/2007 1:38:33 PM

    I am 60 mi. E. of Cincinnati. We received our 1st measureable rain this morning (1-2 inches) since July. I started cutting beans this wk running between 35-40 bpa.
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    ReplyReply bean yield Posted by: Wilson on 9/27/2007 1:57:56 PM

    I'm in Arkansas, 40 acres of early beans, 12bpa. Have of the our farm was flooded in July from all of the rain in OK. So far this year our wheat crop had a freeze, half of our beans under water in July, Then no rain until September. What a year!
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    ReplyReply early bean yield Posted by: westerniow*** on 9/27/2007 3:25:30 PM

    just got started late yesterday after REAL heavy dew. 38 acre field made 59. About avg. for us. Sounds like that's where a lot are at from elevator talk. Aug. rains really helped out our beans. Corn may be another story. But early reports aren't all that bad. Just won't say because those talking about corn like to talk, if you get my drift.
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    ReplyReply Yields Posted by: Mark on 9/27/2007 6:44:50 PM

    300 acre 55bu/acre avg. about 5 below normal. But better than excepted with all the hot and dry wheather.
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    ReplyReply Yields Posted by: Mark on 9/27/2007 6:46:30 PM

    Sorry yields are all so from North Central IA.
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    ReplyReply IA/Bean Yields/Mark Posted by: IA CORN FARMER on 9/29/2007 11:36:43 PM

    Thanks Mark for the yield information. Thought I was the only one coming in below average, weather always has the last word.
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    ReplyReply Bean Yields Posted by: IA CORN FARMER on 9/29/2007 11:43:07 PM

    Forgot to thank everyone for sending in bean yields. Feel free to send more. Maybe we can beat the Chicago boys on marketing beans this year.
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    ReplyReply beans Posted by: bh on 9/30/2007 5:47:11 AM

    38 bu last year 46 rice co mn
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    ReplyReply beans Posted by: bh on 9/30/2007 5:47:46 AM

    38 bu last year 46 rice co mn
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    ReplyReply beans Posted by: bh mn. on 10/1/2007 8:58:02 AM

    checked 2 peat feilds wont even have to harvest before freeze looked like 50 60 bu
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    ReplyReply bean yields Posted by: IHG on 10/1/2007 9:23:27 AM

    I finished my soybeans Friday night. Beans averaged from 55 to 66 bushels per acre. 10 to 15 % less than last year. Vistive beans were 2 bushels less that others. They yielded 62 in that field. Rained Friday night and again on Sunday. Fields are very wet now. Some area (NW Iowa) farmers did have hail on Sunday afternoon. The great white soybean harvester is never a good thing, but I don't know of the extent of the damage. I hope to maybe get to corn this week, weather permitting. God bless.
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    ReplyReply so far so good Posted by: westerniow*** on 10/1/2007 7:38:29 PM

    just passed the 600acre mark today. Still running trying to beat some rain predicted. So far we're between 57 and 58 for an average. Need several days yet, but so do some of the beans.
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    ReplyReply Beans Posted by: IA CORN FARMER on 10/1/2007 7:59:35 PM

    I came in for more coffee, going to try and run all night here to beat the rain too. Should be at 480 acres tomorrow. The farm I am doing now will probably be around 56-58. Will be a long night.
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    ReplyReply Beans Posted by: IA CORN FARMER on 10/7/2007 1:56:46 PM

    I finished beans last night. Looks like around 57 for total average. The later planted fields seemed to do a little better this year.
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    ReplyReply bean yields Posted by: jd farmer on 10/7/2007 7:42:23 PM

    Finished most of my beans on 9/28 had yields from 46 to 60 my average will be 53 bu. per acre.
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    ReplyReply 55 Posted by: wosg on 10/7/2007 9:52:36 PM

    A lot of 55 bushel beans in SE South Dakota. Everyone pretty happy with that.
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    ReplyReply sb yields Posted by: gostate on 10/8/2007 10:33:41 AM

    NC Iowa - most people I have talked to in the 53 - 58 field average range. A few select fields over 60.
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    ReplyReply bean yields Posted by: Shelby County Farmer, Indian*** on 10/8/2007 3:02:15 PM

    Just starting today, yields 20-25...plants very short,lightly podded,not enough rain, approx 3 in all summer..
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    ReplyReply GOOD Posted by: SOYBOY on 10/8/2007 8:31:28 PM

    LOTS OF ACRES SCALED FROM 62 TO 75 BPA. MOST BEANS SPRAYED WITH HEADLINE 70BPA OR HIGHER THESE YIELD LEVELS ARE BLOWING MY MIND
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    ReplyReply wide range on yields Posted by: dean-ind on 10/8/2007 10:07:20 PM

    Rush co in. finished beans today even a group 4 was ready. yields were 32 on light ground and 60 on black ground in same round. Better than expected. Had about 4" rain for the growing season.Last year had 40". Started with Good subsoil moisture only reason that it was this good.
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    ReplyReply group 2 Posted by: ml43 on 10/9/2007 9:57:36 AM

    beans have averaged just short of 60 on 45 acres in Fremont Co., IA. The beans went direct to Bunge so the bu/a is pretty firm. Was just starting grp 3 before this last rain. Green stems and tough yet, but are better yielding than the grp 2 by my reckoning as what has been cut so far is still on wagons waiting for delivery. Would have taken 40 bu/a on these beans on 8/1 as the beans were very short and barely closing 15" rows after a very dry June and July. Aug rain total was over 10". Early stress and late rain makes grain (or at least beans).
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    ReplyReply Bean Yields Posted by: Notiller on 10/9/2007 12:21:43 PM

    Yields are averaging high 60's in NE Indiana. Huge amounts of rain in August rescued beans that were beat up during the June-July Drought. A few years ago good rains in June and July followed by a drought in August resulted in 20-30 bushel beans.
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