From the beginning to the end, the weather has been a challenge for wheat growers. “It has been insurmountable weather,” exclaimed Troy, Sayler, regional commercial manager, WestBred. There’s 10 million acres of wheat grown in the tri-state area of North Dakota, Minnesota and South Dakota. Sayler expects only minimal changes to wheat acreage next year. “I think they’ll set the reset button and come out swinging again in 2020.”
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