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Posted 3/13/2019 23:12 (#7379198 - in reply to #7377386)
Subject: RE: Change in soy acres

South Central MN
My current plan this spring involves less soybeans because I had more beans than corn last year. Either way, corn is going in.

I could see other areas of the country swapping acres to soybeans or moving to an earlier maturity corn, I have one field of corn that is pushing maturity limits here but other than that the rest are actually on the early side so not worried if they get in later. Silage corn isn't as big of a deal either for the one small field that has it. Seen an organic guy double crop corn after oats for haylage/baleage up here a few times that were planted in July, might have gotten chopped after it froze but got used regardless.
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