Soybean harvest moved another big step toward completion, while farmers got almost 20% of the nation’s corn crop out of the field in one week, according to Monday’s USDA-NASS Crop Progress report.

Monday’s crop report shows 65% of the nation’s corn crop and 80% of the nation’s soybeans have been harvested, up 18% and 11% in the previous week-long period. That puts corn harvest 14% ahead of the normal pace.

Most of the progress came in the western reaches of the Corn Belt, according to Craig Solberg, ag meteorologist with Freese-Notis Weather, Inc. That’s especially true for corn in states like Nebraska, South Dakota and Minnesota, where farmers combined 19%, 29% and 31% of the crop respectively.