South Dakota Corn CEO Lisa Richardson says this past year is one for the record books; Mother Nature brought more moisture to the state than ever before. “We had lots of moisture in September, an unprecedented amount. We are hoping for a drier spring.” Richardson says farmers are still harvesting corn. “There’s still some standing in the northern part of the state. We got too much moisture and not enough heat.”
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