A variable crop across South Dakota and the wet conditions are the story at Dakotafest. Hamill, South Dakota farmer Trent Kubik says the crop that’s in looks good. “Of course, we’re hearing confirmation from the Pro Farmer Crop Tour the crops are ok, but late,” says Kubik. “If we could push off a frost and hold it off, that would be good. What will hurt us are prevent plant acres. No one could get away from it.”
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