Trent Is 90% Done With Corn, 100% With Beans

Published On: November 1, 2017

“Two or three more days… if it doesn’t rain”

Trent Brandenburg is 90% done with his corn harvest. completion of his corn harvest. He rated his corn crop “better than expected. Not a bumper crop and not below average.” Trent had completed his soybean harvest several weeks ago. His corn harvest was delayed due to frequent rains making field conditions too muddy.

Trent was surprised at the performance of his corn acreage that had been replanted after the heavy rains. He related that often, replanted acreage is hardly worth harvesting. This year, some of his replanted acreage outperformed some of his original plantings
“It was just later,” he concluded.

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