South Dakota Wheat Commission Executive Director Reid Christopherson says the state’s winter wheat fields swing from poor to good, depending on the area. “We’re really seeing a mixed bag when it comes to the winter wheat in South Dakota.” A combination of conditions from the fall and winter hit the winter wheat hard. “It was a combination of the dryness that the wheat was planted into this fall followed by an extreme winter and late spring.”
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