At Clifford, North Dakota, Brent Kohls says there has been a push on corn planting and the attention has moved to soybeans and dry beans. “With our (Channel) seed dealership business, we’re thinking about 80 percent of corn that was planned on, went in,” Kohls told the Red River Farm Network. “There a little corn-on-corn in fields that were tiled and dried off.” Kohls expects to see a small reduction in soybean acres in the central Red River Valley. “With what what doesn’t get planted and what went to wheat and corn, I think there will be a little less for soybean acres around here.”
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