Wheat seed buying decisions have moved earlier and earlier in the year. “Farmers are planning their whole farm so they’re making their corn hybrid decision, soybean variety decision and wheat decision all at the same time,” explains WestBred Cereal Account Management Lead Jeff Koscelny. Koscelny encourages farmers to lock in that seed as soon as possible. “Supplies are really tight in eastern North Dakota and as we move west, the supplies of our key products, are getting tight too.”
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