There hasn’t been much planting progress across North Dakota and western Minnesota, but Proseed Sales Manager Jeff Hamre says farmers are ready to go when conditions improve. “Farmers have greased the equipment two to three times and we’re practicing starting the motors, revving them on the edge of the field. It’s like a Le Mans race right now for everyone,” says Hamre. Hamre believes the industry has a good quantity of seed that could be moved around if necessary. we have to do that. A few farmers are changing corn maturities due to the delayed planting season. For soybeans, there’s been talk about the availability if a switch is needed. “What is the availability? That’s probably the biggest question right now. People haven’t made the change yet.” Hear the story.