South Dakota’s wheat harvest is coming to a close ahead of Labor Day. “It’s been a phenomenal wheat harvest,” said Reid Christopherson, Executive Director, South Dakota Wheat Commission. “We have to move beyond the situation of low acres and current prices. Looking at the results, the winter and spring wheat has excellent test weight, bushels, quality and very limited dockage at the elevator.” The remaining wheat acres to harvest is mixed across the state. In about two weeks, farmers will start planting winter wheat.
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