According to South Dakota Wheat Commission Executive Director Reid Christopherson, the hard red winter wheat harvest has just started this week. “In the southern portions of South Dakota, the harvest for hard red winter crop started off this past week. We’re starting to get preliminary reports that the crops going to look really good with moisture, protein, and test weights.” Christopherson expects the spring wheat crop to be in a little rougher shape. “We expect that to be a little bit more variable with how hard the heat hit.”
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