Anthony Mock is on the downward slide for the spring planting season on his Braddock, North Dakota farm. “We just have some soybeans left to go and we’ll get ’em,” said Mock. “We ended up kicking wheat out of the rotation and just kept rolling with the corn planters.” In addition to corn and soybeans, canola has been planted. “We’ve had wet springs and it has been tough, but the late snow storms slowed us down and set us back. There’s guys in a lot worse shape than we are.” Go online to see the full interview.
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