Overall soybean yields in North Dakota are positive, despite some of the crop being left in the field. Peterson Farms Seed Agronomist Adam Spelhaug explains why the yield is above expectations. “The warm summer helped with that,” he says. “The snow has shrunk enough in some areas where farmers can roll over the top of the crop. Other areas will need to harvest above the snow. You hate to do that with a good crop and poor prices.”
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