They'll be verified soon by USDA/RMA, but appear to be $4.39 per bushel for corn, $12.87 for soybeans.
How did narrow row beans measure up this year? And what's the latest word on that new weed in Iowa?
Weekly USDA survey shows 87% of state's 2013 soybean crop, 55% of corn harvested as of Oct. 27.
Combination of lower yield and lower price could trigger a crop insurance indemnity payment on your farm.
Before first frost, or after? Pay attention to growing degree days, not the calendar.
Corn stalk quality is becoming a big concern across Iowa as 2013 harvest begins.
Most of the state continues to suffer from drought and abnormal dryness as crop yield prospects decline.
Soybean prices normally peak in late summer, but many farmers haven't priced any of their 2013 crop soybeans yet.
Some drought-stressed corn is dying and could be harvested earlier than previously thought.