2 Million Acreas Untouched

North Dakota’s Farm Service Agency estimated that 2 million acres went unplanted this season.
Floods and overall bad weather, put a delay on planting and harvesting. This is the second highest amount that went unplanted in the last 15 years. The only worst time was in 1999 when 3.9 million acres were left unplanted.
The most unplanted areas were found within the northeast part of the state, especially with corn crops. 588,000 acres of corn crops were left unseeded.
Insurance is available to cover any land that could not be used, but it is far less than the profits farmers could make.
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