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Trapshooter1
Posted 3/25/2020 20:27 (#8138785 - in reply to #8138660)
Subject: RE: More beans instead of corn


Grandpa calls it God's country, NEIA
dittfarms - 3/25/2020 19:55

Trapshooter1 - 3/25/2020 19:46

+1 on corn. Let's be real, neither one of them pencil well. It takes 60 bushel beans at these prices to come close to penciling. And at least here the last handful of years corn yields have been consistant. I think people will roll the dice with corn.


I thought most of Iowa and Illinois were almost guaranteed 70 plus bushel? Maybe it was coffee told...

I am not trying to be a donkey , just wondering

Thanks


We can raise good bean yields here, but the last how many years have been wet. And beans just seem to struggle. Corn on the other hand has been flourishing.
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