Dakota farmers expected to plant more corn
For the past several years, Iowa farmers have watched as Dakota farmers moved aggressively into the soybean market, boosting acreage to take advantage of strong demand from China.
This year, with trade tensions diminishing Chinese imports, farmers in North and South Dakota are likely to plant a large share of those acres to corn, according to Chad Hart, Iowa State University associate professor of economics and Extension...
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