Iowa farmers sticking with corn-soybean rotation
Prices and trade negotiations will have a limited impact on farmers’ planting decisions this year, Iowa farmers say.
With planting intentions largely set for the year, most farmers say they’ll follow their traditional crop rotations.
“We’ve been a 50-50 no-till operation for close to 30 years, and we’re not planning to make a change to that,” said Joel Wahling of Shelby County.
He says his corn-soybean rotation works best for managing his fields. “It’s best for ...
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