Crops in the McClusky, North Dakota area looked beautiful until a hail storm last Sunday. “There were farmers all across the area noting pea to tennis ball size hail,” says Mid-State Ag manager Paul Hagen. “Before the hail, farmers had good cover crops, soybeans, canola and corn.” Looking ahead, Hagen says farmers could still have an okay crop. “The corn was far enough along if we have a decent fall, it should be okay. There are linings in every crowd.”
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