“We’re cutting beans today. We didn’t get much rain over the weekend and things are fairly dry. We’re about three-quarters done with the corn and a third or so done on the beans, maybe close to half. We’re averaging 112 bushels on the corn and 60.5 bushels on the soybeans. I think we’ve run our worst soybeans and I know we’ve run our worst corn. I think we can still get to that 120 or 125 bushels on corn and hopefully keep it around 60 on the beans.
“The corn is standing well and we got our wheat in around the tenth. We usually are right there at the fly date putting it in. This week, with temperatures getting up into the 70s, it will really take off. Hopefully that will make up for the 10-day late planting,
“Our Vistive Gold soybeans have been yielding well for us. They are right there or better with all of our other beans. We had one field average 64 bushels. They are looking for more acres in 2013. You get a check in the spring for your trouble with planting and you get 60 cents in the fall and it ends up being about a 90-cent premium.”