The crops near Hitterdal, Minnesota look good considering what’s been thrown at it this year. Beau Jacobson with Premium Ag Solutions says it’s been a garden spot. “There are lingering issues from dry planting, weak stands and shallow seeded crops along with frost and wind damage. From what’s been thrown at us, we’re blessed.” The difference from other areas has been timely rains including a decent shower last Sunday. Erickson Ag Advantage owner Jonathan Erickson says the crop conditions around the Cooperstown, North Dakota area are all over the board. “The small grains look tough in our area ranging from 10 to 40 bushels. Most of it is going to be an insurance deal and there will be very little, if any, spraying for disease.” Crop updates from northeast South Dakota and south central North Dakota are also featured. This radio program is made possible by AgCountry Farm Credit Services and Crary Industries. Listen to the latest Crop Watch.