In Southern Kansas, the drought has hit us pretty hard. Corn got up to about 4 ft tall and was dying. Most producers swathed and baled it. Gonna try to find some way to deal with the nitrate.
The bean plants look better, but the problem is that it is so hot (most days 100 - 105) that the blooms aren't setting. What pods are there show a lot of 1 bean pods and even then, the beans are small.
No harvest yet, even of the early beans, so yields are yet to be determined.
If this area is representative of the country, then stocks going into the year will be much smaller than normal. What I don't know is what other parts of the country look like.