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Some farms always seem to do better in beans than corn?
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Mark (EC,IN)
Posted 2/11/2019 19:42 (#7314600 - in reply to #7314426)
Subject: RE: Some farms always seem to do better in beans than corn?



Schlegel Farms, Hagerstown Indiana
I'm somewhere across the state from you.

I don't know if it's exactly what you are talking about, but the yields I see coming in from the "golden areas" of the corn belt out west I can not match......their prairie soil will grow better corn than my timber soil (200 is a good yield here).

That said, our bean yields can get even with what they grow out west.

As I said, this may not be what you are talking about at all......I think you were talking more about a farm that doesn't keep up with others you farm.
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