Near Wyndmere, North Dakota, Carson Klosterman is harvesting corn. “The moisture has come down a little bit since we started the second week of October. Yields are all over the place. All in all, everyone has been pretty happy.” Klosterman says corn moisture varies from 22 to 24 percent. In October, corn moisture was in the upper 20s and lower 30s. Corn is going through the dryer. In addition, Klosterman’s early corn was hauled to Hankinson Renewable Energy. “There was an incentive with zero basis on that early corn.”
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