Conditions have got from one extreme to the next near Tappen, North Dakota. “We’ve seen wet and now we’ve seen dry; there’s a lot we’ve learned about these hybrids in the last couple years,” says Neil Fanta of Elite Ag Solutions. With the lack of feed in the region, a lot of silage is chopped. Fanta says there is an increased interest in soybeans for next year due to their response to this season’s drought. Watch the video.
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