Wahpeton, North Dakota-based custom combiner Mike Matejcek is waiting for the wheat crop to dry down to start the North Dakota harvest. “There are plenty of green heads out there; we sprayed Roundup on some acres.” The crop on this year’s harvest run is described as mixed. “We had to skip Oklahoma because the drought got most of those acres. In central Kansas, we harvested an okay crop about 60 bushels per acre. We skipped on over to northwestern Kansas and that was below average.”
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