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PGI HRW Harvest Summary 7 30 2021

7/29/2021: The 2021 HRW harvest continues to roll through areas of the central, northern, and northwestern US with only 4 states remaining that have completed less than 85% harvest.  Colorado and Nebraska […]Read More

PGI HRW Harvest Summary July 23 2021

7/22/2021: The 2021 US HRW harvest made significant progress this week with the 3 southern most states of Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas now complete.  Colorado and Nebraska accelerated harvest this week as […]Read More

PGI HRW Harvest Summary July 16 2021

7/15/2021: The 2021 US HRW harvest progress is reflective of the type of year it has been across all production regions.  Southern and central states started harvest some 10 days to 2 […]Read More

PGI HRW Harvest Summary July 9 2021

7/8/2021: HRW harvest progress was slowed again this week due to scattered rain showers and high humidity either keeping combines out of the field or only allowing a late afternoon start. These […]Read More

PGI HRW Harvest Summary 7 2 2021

7/1/2021: Most of the HRW harvest progress in the central and southern Great Plains this week was made in the first few days of the week as numerous and widespread rainstorms prevailed […]Read More

PGI HRW Harvest Summary June 25 2021

6/24/2021: With very favorable harvest weather dominating (high temperatures and lower humidity) over the past week the 2021 HRW wheat harvest continues to pick up speed.  As a result, harvest is now […]Read More

PGI HRW Harvest Report June 18, 2021

6/17/2021: The 2021 HRW wheat harvest is now picking up speed as hot temperatures, wind and lower humidity prevails across most of the southern and central Great Plains.  Very good yields (generally […]Read More

PGI HRW Harvest Summary June 11, 2021

6/10/2021: The Texas HRW wheat crop is now 25% harvested, those acres are predominately in southern half of the state. Harvested acres remain behind the 5-year average of 40% by this date […]Read More

PGI HRW Harvest Report June 4, 2021

6/3/2021: The Texas HRW wheat crop is now 23% harvested, those acres are predominately in southern half of the state.  Harvested acres remain behind 2020 and the 5-year average for this date […]Read More