As of Friday, Wanzek Farms at Cleveland, North Dakota, had 70 percent of its intended acres planted. “I want to get everything planted, especially with the commodity prices the way they are and I don’t want to be collecting PP if at all possible,” said Ryan Wanzek. Corn planting ended on the Wanzek farm on May 27. “We’re going to end up with about 800 less acres of corn from what we planned and we switched those to soybeans and edibles.” See the RRFN YouTube interview online.
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