M.R. Consulting owner Mark Ramsey says farmers in northeastern North Dakota are making good harvest progress. “Wheat yields are average, at best, which is what you can hope for when you’re seeding in late May or early June. The quality has been very good.” Dry bean harvest is one-third complete. “Pinto beans needed the August rains to fill and they did.”
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