August 11, 2022
Fargo, US 66 F

South Dakota crop & livestock report

Winter wheat is at 76 percent boot and 14 percent headed. Spring wheat is 96 percent emerged, with 9 percent in the boot stage. Barley is at 95 percent emerged. Oats are reported at 90 percent emerged, with 3 percent in the boot stage.

Corn is at 79 percent planted with 39 percent emerged. Soybeans are at 28 percent planted with 4 percent emerged. Sorghum is at 5 percent planted and sunflowers are at 1 percent planted.

Cattle are rated 4 percent fair and 96 percent in good to excellent condition. Calving was at 91 percent complete. Cattle moved to pasture is rated at 64 percent complete.

Sheep are rated 4 percent fair and 96 percent in good to excellent condition. Lambing was at 91 percent complete.

Stock water supplies are 3 percent very short, 5 percent short and 92 percent adequate to surplus. Feed supplies are 2 percent very short, 1 percent short and 97 percent adequate to surplus. Range and pasture conditions are rated 75 percent good to excellent, 23 percent fair, 1 percent poor and 1 percent very poor.

Source: USDA NASS SD Field Office

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