U.S. Custom Harvesters Incorporated Vice President Glen Jantzen is chopping silage near Columbus, Nebraska. “We’re getting along pretty good. There was some mud as we got started. The last few weeks haven’t been bad,” he says. “Every now and then, we get a shower that shuts us down for one day, but we aren’t getting three or four inch stuff.” Jantzen says tonnage is about average compared to other years. “Most of the corn looks pretty good. There’s one crew working that had a drowned out crop. Everything else is average to above average.” This Harvest Hotline update is made possibly by U.S. Custom Harvesters, Incorporated, AgCountry Farm Credit Services and the North Dakota Mill.
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