Despite a drop in acreage this past year, good yields resulted in “about average” production. In the NDSU Getting it Right in Dry Bean Production Webinar, Extension Crop Economist Frayne Olson offered a warning. “Moving forward into 2024, the industry as a whole has to be a bit careful. We want to increase our acreage base but not too much. We don’t want to stimulate too much production so that we end up with two or three years of inventory that takes quite a while to work through.”
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