Proseed Sales Manager Dave Gehrtz says farmers at the KMOT Ag Expo are optimistically cautious heading into spring. “Everyone is optimistic and it will be dry. Dryness is somewhat concerning.” Yet farmer attitude going into spring is very good. “It looks like it will be a positive year. After coming off of last year, farmers were combining corn and soybeans at this time. Things weren’t so cheery and good. It appears it may be a fairly early spring.”
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