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Wet Weather Causing Long Delays in Soybean Harvest

Soybeans are well behind average harvest numbers this season


Many soybean fields across Iowa are still filled with water from recent rain and snow, reports Siouxland Proud. That means many farmers aren't harvesting their beans.

Many grain elevators pay out much less for wet or damaged beans. Standing water can destroy bean pods and crops that go unharvested for long run the risk of being unusable.

Even soybeans that are harvested can be less profitable if weather delays the process.

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