In the current uncertain times, North Dakota farmers found comfort in the numbers and quality of crops.
From late August through September southwestern North Dakota farmers have seen the perfect warm weather for harvesting. Many farmers considered it one of the best harvest in years.
Producers had not only nice yields, but nice poundage as well. Most yields are between 40 and 60 bushels per acre with wheat.
Canola in the region also had high numbers, with reports of 2,000 to 2,800 per acre.
Although winter wheat harvesting is over, farmers are now working on the spring crops.
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