CHS Ag Services Agronomy Manager Chris Kolstoe says the gradual snowmelt we’re seeing is a positive. “Things are starting to shape up a little bit. It feels like a nice, slow snowmelt. That’s good for us,” he says. “We froze wet and conditions are improving for corn harvest. We hope it’s a good spring.” Kolstoe would like spring planting to being in late April. “There’s a lot of things that didn’t get done last fall that normally do and a lot of product to move. We need Mother Nature working for us this spring.”
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