Variable crops a reality in South Dakota

The corn and soybean conditions in eastern South Dakota vary. Kevin Deinert farms in Davison County in southeast South Dakota and says the corn and soybeans are all over the board due to the heavy rains and flooding in late June. “There’s definitely some of the early planted corn, late April or early May, that’s […]

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