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-- McLeod County, Minn.
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Judging by the comments of the edible bean dealers in the area, the dry bean acreage will be way down from normal in North Dakota.......and we are by far the largest production state for dry beans. Corn and soybeans are pushing other crops to the sidelines in cental and eastern regions. Barley acres will also be way down. Wheat and canola will be the big acre crops in my corner of the state. (Read more wheat-related comments at AgWeb's www.VirtualWheatTour.com)
-- Jackson County, Iowa
-- Dooly County Ga.
-- Bellevue, Iowa
Fond Du Lac County, Wis.
-- Photos by Farm Journal's Margy Fischer
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-- Western Walsh county, northeast North Dakota
Getting distillers loaded in Dyersville, Iowa
-- Eastern Iowa
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