Dakota Agronomy Partners sales agronomist Alex Fornshell says there is still uncertainty about the crop rotation near Minot, North Dakota. Fornshell is expecting fewer soybean acres. “Farmers are leaning a little bit more towards wheat, corn and canola,” says Fornshell. “All of the crops seem to be up for discussion, but I think it could still definitely change. Farmers are kind of waiting to see where tariffs and these prices end up before they solidify all the acres.”
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