Kansas – 12% of crop rated “Good-to-Excellent” vs. about 43% a year ago; “Poor-to-Very-Poor” at 49% vs. about 21% a year ago. 

Illinois – 45% of crop rated “Good-to-Excellent” vs. about 72% a year ago; “Poor-to-Very-Poor” at 16% vs. about 5% a year ago.

Nebraska – 43% of crop rated “Good-to-Excellent” vs. about 44% a year ago; “Poor-to-Very-Poor” at 5% vs. about 10% a year ago.

North Dakota – 30% of crop rated “Good-to-Excellent” vs. about 81% a year ago; “Poor-to-Very-Poor” at 18% vs. about 5% a year ago.

Oklahoma – 4% of crop rated “Good-to-Excellent” vs. about 43% a year ago; “Poor-to-Very-Poor” at 78% vs. about 15% a year ago.

South Dakota – 19% of crop rated “Good-to-Excellent” vs. about 57% a year ago; “Poor-to-Very-Poor” at 32% vs. about 3% a year ago.

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