Harvest is slowly making progress in the Minot, North Dakota area. Dakota Agronomy Partners location manager Steve Erdman says farmers are harvesting soybeans. “They’re probably about 25 or 30 percent done around here. In the areas that did get the rain, yields are around 25-to 30-bushels per acre,” says Erdman. “But I’ve heard of some areas where farmers had beans zeroed out. Some farmers are baling those soybeans.”
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