Small-grain Harvest Ahead of Schedule

With fall just around the corner, reports from the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows South Dakota’s small-grain harvest is just about done.
Farmers are thanking the favorable weather for the time gain for their oats, barley and spring wheat crops. Although there will be an early crop for small-grain harvest, corn crops are a tad behind schedule. The corn-for-silage harvest is only 7 percent complete.
One problem with some crops is a large grasshopper infestation in central and southwestern South Dakota.
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