Precipitation has slowed down harvest in some regions, though
By Kaitlynn Anderson
Corn harvest is underway for many Ontario producers.
“In the vast majority of the province, the harvest is progressing well,” Ben Rosser, corn specialist at OMAFRA, told Farms.com today.
However, some producers in the far southwestern and eastern parts of the province have experienced a high amount of rainfall recently, which has slowed their harvest, he said.
Overall, though, “we don’t anticipate any long-term impact on yields … at this time.”
Recent reports have revealed that “many producers have … yields above expectations or long-term averages,” Rosser said.
Final figures are not available yet, as the harvest season is still in progress.
Last year, farmers in Ontario harvested two million acres of grain corn, which produced a total of 317 million bushels, according to OMAFRA.
For corn prices and market data, visit Farms.com.