Brocket, North Dakota farmer Austin Sundeen woke up to a couple inches of fresh snow Monday morning. Sundeen had just started fieldwork before the latest round of precipitation. “There was about 900 acres of fertilizer that got applied. The ground was just starting to get fit.” Sundeen doesn’t foresee a major shift in his crop acreage this year. “I’ve got a lot of corn going in again this year,” says Sundeen. “I’m not going to change anything up right now. Just give us some sun and some wind.”
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