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11/10/16 Sound Ag Advice 183

Early spring planting and mild fall weather, resulting in more growing degree days, has been the perfect combination for record-high corn production in North Dakota. With the added bushels, comes uncertainty about where to store that corn and when to market it. Frayne Olson, NDSU Extension Service crops economist, discuss these issues and more on this week’s episode of Sound Ag Advice.
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