Arthur, North Dakota farmer Greg Gebeke is making good soybean harvest progress. “We’re ahead of schedule for our area. We had trouble with some of our crop drying up early. It’s premature because of dry weather. We’ve got about 2,400 acres done. We’ve got about 975 acres left.” Gebeke says the lack of rain did impact yields. “There’s disappointing yields to begin with. Yields on our beans, the poor stuff, is a little less than 30 bushels an acre all the way up to 49 bushels an acre.”
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