Croplan Alfalfa and Forage Specialist Jeff Jackson says corn silage chopping is picking up in the drier parts of South Dakota. “It’s no secret that there’s pockets where the crop is moisture-challenged and there’s been chopping that’s started already where the crop is not going to make grain.” The center of South Dakota is at the bullseye for drought concerns. “I would says within the next week to two weeks, there’s going to be a significant change to the number of acres that start chopping corn.”
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