There are plenty of choices as farmers finalize their crop mix for the year ahead. “It’s going to be corn and soybeans in a lot of areas, but we’re seeing more interest in wheat, canola and sunflowers,” said Jeff Hamre, sales manager, Proseed. Hamre says there are advantages to being a regional seed company. “We raise the seed ourselves so we know what we’ve got. It was a good crop for seed production and we have ample seed in our warehouse right now.”
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