Ed Winkle, Ohio
“Thank goodness our wheat is under snow. The plants are quite tender and we have been down near zero with some winds, too. I never saw wheat planted so dry.”
By Bob Utterback
The wheat complex continues to get firm under concern about global supplies. Primary producers like Argentina are still having some concerns about yield.
“I have no-till drilled wheat for the past 23 years but have now gone to spreading 2.5 bu. of wheat seed with a GPS-guided spreader truck,” says a Union County, N.C., farmer.