The recent winter storm, combined with flooding in the Red River and James River basins, is pushing back spring fieldwork. Based at Langford, South Dakota, Dairyland Seed District Sales Manager Keith Rekow says soils are saturated. There could be a shift to fewer soybean acres and more corn. When planting time does roll around, Rekow tells farmers to work on a field by field basis. “We still want farmers to have a balanced maturity plan. Don’t have all eggs in one basket,” says Rekow. “Keep yield potential open. We don’t know what will happen this summer, yet.” Listen to the story.