According to Pioneer Seeds Field Agronomist Larry Lunder, corn and soybean yields vary for the eastern part of North Dakota and western Minnesota, depending on the field history and rains that fell in the growing season. Corn harvest for grain just started for many in the last week. “In certain areas of North Dakota, the corn has turned into cattle feed. We have many fields intended to be combined that have been chopped up and put into a pile already. We’re in good shape on harvest, a ways ahead from previous years,” said Lunder. ” Sunflowers are the one crop we’re still waiting on in areas.” As the end of harvest gets closer, farmers are trying to think ahead and plan for 2022. Hear more from Lunder in this interview.