Solen, North Dakota farmer and rancher Kenny Schmidt typically grows wheat, corn and sunflowers. More acres this year have flipped from wheat to sunflowers. “Wheat is hard to make work anymore; it appears like there’s always some kind of discount and you almost need a longer ticket at the elevator to get all discounts on it.” Soybeans have been added to the acreage mix this year. What about prevent plant? “Not sure, we’re trying to put those last fields into sunflowers if we can. Those fields with all that cover on it takes a long time to dry out.” Here is the full interview.