Variable is the way to describe the spring wheat from the final day of the Wheat Quality Council’s Spring Wheat Tour. The final routes covered the northeastern part of North Dakota with a calculated weighted average at 35.4 bushels/acre. NDSU Wheat Research Analyst Kelly McMonagle drove on the red route from Devils Lake, North Dakota into western Minnesota. “If you compare it to the first few days, they were pretty good fields About 50 percent of fields had been cut.” On the orange route, King Milling Company Vice President Patrick Doyle went north of Lakota, into Milton and then, down to Crystal, North Dakota. “We’re seeing ok yields around there.”
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