After travelling northwest Minnesota with RRFN, Pioneer Territory Manager Jerod Hanson said there was a consistent message-the crops were better than expected. “The genetics have utilized the moisture that was given to put bushels in the hopper.” Corn is finishing well with very limited tipback. “There’s an odd spot or two that just didn’t get the rain. We talked about some early soybean combining that’s going on. Of course, that’s related to our very early maturing beans.” The crop is maturing slightly earlier than Hanson would like, but that can be attributed to the lack of moisture “Early yield reports are still okay.” Watch the interview.
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