There will be inconsistencies when this fall harvest comes in. Bigg Dogg Agg owner Mark Filbrandt, who is based at Fenton, Minnesota, is looking at an average crop. “I think we have a good crop, but it is a variable crop. That means we’re probably average at best. We’ve had a lot of wet areas and a lot of dry areas. Zeroes take out a lot of acres.” Filbrandt hosted a field day Thursday, highlighting a new data management and mapping system.
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