The North Dakota Mill reports second quarter income of $4.5 million, up from $3.3 million one year ago. President and CEO Vance Taylor says the mill’s family flour business is up 66 percent, due largely to the increase in home baking during the pandemic. During Wednesday’s Industrial Commission meeting, Taylor offered perspective on wheat acreage. “Some of the projections show less wheat acres going forward in this year. We’re watching that close. I think that’s part of the run up in prices with some acres going to corn and beans.”
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