Corn and soybean prices have hit levels not seen in six years, but that may have very little impact on the 2021 acreage mix. East River LLP owner Tim Hoggarth says the traditional corn/soybean farmer will usually stay with their normal rotation. “They’ll threaten to change some acres and at the end of the day, they rarely do.” Hoggarth says most farms are set up to handle a specific amount of corn or soybeans and stick to those patterns.
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