Posted 3/12/2019 21:32 (#7376689 - in reply to #7375923) Subject: RE: Corn vs. Soybeans
South Central MN
More corn on my end simply because I had more soybeans than corn last year. Previous years had been around a 60% corn 40% soybean split, might go back to that level depending on what pencils out better in a given year. Last year changed a field that was going to be CoC to beans when I contracted new crop beans for $9.53/bushel, now if the crystal ball had been working I should have done at least another 3K bushel more at that price because I would have been able to buy some bushels in the fall splitting the difference in the middle and still made money.