Soybean harvest is just getting started in north central North Dakota. Dakota Agronomy Partners-Glenburn location sales agronomist Mark Schatz says early yields are respectable. “The first I’ve heard of is around 30 bushels/acre.” Schatz says the small grains and canola were good too. “Wheat was anywhere up to 70 bushels, high protein. I’ve heard flax was decent. Canola ran anywhere between 1,600 to 2,000 pounds. This is better than expected.” Harvest Hotline is sponsored, in part, by the North Dakota Mill.
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