NAU Country Insurance Vice-President of Farm Services Rich Morrison recommends farmers stay in touch with their crop insurance agent about the planting situation. “If planting delays continue in the next three weeks, what choices do farmers have? I know farmers are thinking about prevent plant.” Famers don’t have to make a decision on the final planting date. “The other decision farmers may want to make is because of the higher prices, farmers may want to plant corn a few days late.”
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