Still a lot of rain is needed to end the long-lasting drought in the Southern Plains.
Drought conditions and wildfires in the southern Plains have erased any ideas of expansion in the region, further pressuring female prices.
While drought improved in many areas, the Southern Plains saw slight expansion.
Frigid temps in the Northern Plains and upper Midwest remain in effect.
Midwest and Midsouth farm income and quality farmland values continued to decline during the second quarter of 2016, according to the latest Agricultural Finance Monitor published by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Loui
Central and Southern Plains still covered by drought.
But a majority of the country is still covered by some form of drought.
Some improvement to the lower Midwest.